I currently have availability to see clients on Wednesday-Friday from 9am to 5pm.


My fees are £100 per session for individual therapy and £120 per session for couple and family therapy. You can either pay me by cash at the end of each session, or by bank transfer prior to the session.

For any reports or letters, I charge my hourly rate and will require payment in advance.

Using private health insurance

I am covered with most major health insurance providers, including AXA/PPP, Aviva, WPA and Healix Health Services. Please contact your insurance provider prior to our meeting to ensure your treatment is covered by your policy.

Length of the sessions

A therapeutic session lasts 50 minutes and we would usually meet at the same time every week and first agree on a therapeutic contract (either time-limited or longer-term) in order to meet your psychological goals. At our initial session, we will discuss your therapeutic needs and goals and decide on which treatment plan is the best fit for you. Although face to face sessions are preferable, I also offer Skype/Zoom and phone sessions.

Cancellation policy

I do require 48 hours notice to cancel or change an appointment. If you do not give me notice or do not attend a session without letting me know, I will have to charge you for the missed session.


  • Radnor Cottage
  • The Body Factory
  • 105 Nibthwaite Road
  • Harrow
  • London, HA1 1TE


The North London Psychologists Clinic primary consulting room is located is in Stanmore/Bushey Heath (HA7).

Our other consulting room is a quaint and comfortable private room at the Radnor Cottage which is attached to the Body Factory in Harrow.

Nearest tubes

  • Harrow-on-the Hill (Metropolitan Line & Chiltern Railways)
  • Harrow and Wealdstone (Bakerloo Line & London Overground)
  • Parking

    The clinic has a free of charge car park in front of the main building

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