Are you interested in joining our practice?
We offer a space to work and grow for a few consultants. Team support & shared philosophy
Our counselling rooms offer a high-end, comfortable environment that is safe and confidential for therapeutic work with individuals, couples, groups, families and children.
What it means to be an Associate of Therapy Harley Street
To be part of a thriving multi-disciplinary therapeutic practice
To work side-by-side with highly trained, well-established professionals, many of whom are leading in their areas of expertise
To be part of a professional network that collaborates for mutual benefit and shares opportunities for clients’ referrals
To have access to personalised marketing promotions including a page on our website, digital marketing, stationery, business cards, brochures, etc; and be part of our referral marketing scheme
To receive clinical supervision and peer support relating to the administration and commercial aspects of your practice and continuing professional development. Free weekly online group supervision with Barbara Godoy
To have use of a state of the art, interior-designed consulting space within a world-renowned address that places an international spotlight on your profile
To have shared use of a high-quality working environment, including WiFi, receptionist, greeting service that supports the provision of high-quality professional service with authentic human care
COVID Times: These are times to be centred, think clearly and act fast. In support of our associates and patients, we are continually adapting to government guidelines and developing new services and channels to keep up the good work under the current restrictions. Our doors at number 10 Harley Street have remained always open.
Therapy Harley Street, for therapists who want to be inspired to find opportunities within the limitations
10 Harley Street is a grade II listed, freehold, Georgian townhouse. The House became listed in 1970 by English Heritage as a prime example of the architectural style of a late 18th-century Georgian terraced house, made of amber brick with rusticated stucco, ground floor.