Counselling & CBT Therapy Service in East Dulwich

East Dulwich Therapy Clinic

The Vale Practice, 64 Grove Vale, London, SE22 8DT

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CBT, Counselling & Talking Therapies for Adults, Couples & Children in the East Dulwich Area

At The British CBT & Counselling Service we have a Therapy Clinic that serves the East Dulwich area. If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to call 0800 002 9068 or fill out a contact form. We accept Self & GP Referrals and are registered with the insurance companies below, please note that not all of our Therapists are Bupa registered, please contact us for more information.  Should you wish to self fund your treatment then please see our Fees Page.

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Appointments

Appointments with our Therapists are available throughout the week, evenings and weekends.  Please see our online booking system opposite for the current available appointment times at this clinic, which can be booked up to a week in advance.  If you are struggling to find a suitable time then please call us on 0800 002 9068 or fill out a contact form as additional appointments may be available or we can add you to our waiting list.

You are not required to be referred by a GP or Psychiatrist as we accept self referrals.

Therapists at this Location

There are no Psychologists currently available

ACCESSIBILITY

Parking Information
Parking can be found in the side roads off of Grove Vale (for example Derwent or Elsie Road) as well as on the high street.

By Rail
East Dulwich station is the nearest, to find the clinic: exit the station and and turn right. Walk for the two minutes and the clinic will be on your right hand side. If you reach Goose Green Primary School you’ve gone too far. Turn around and the clinic will be on your left. North Dulwich, Denmark Hill, Peckham Rye and Nunhead stations are all also within easy walking distance.

By Bus
The nearest stop is Elise Road which is served by the following bus routes:

  • 37
  • 40
  • 176
  • 185
  • 484
  • P13
  • N37
  • N176

Wheelchair Access
We are pleased to confirm that this Clinic has wheelchair access which includes the surrounding area to get to the clinic. The reception and therapy rooms (via a lift) are also accessible.

"My therapist has helped me immensely with the issues I came to her with and not just superficially; I really feel that we are getting to the root of my problems and slowly, gently and safely we are working though them together. As a result I honestly feel the best I’ve felt for years. I have had counselling in the past and finding my current phycologist through the British CBT and counselling service is the best thing I could have done for myself. My therapist is experienced, knowledgeable, relatable and kind. I am so glad I took that brave leap into the unknown with a willingness to feel vulnerable and have an open mind."

MELANIE, East Dulwich
"My husband and I have recently started couples therapy. It’s a terrifying move to start with but talking to a third party really helps see things more clearly and break down some of the issues more methodically."

AMANDA & DAVID, Clapham
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About Us

At the British CBT & Counselling Service, we are Doctors of Clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychologists & CBT Therapists specialising in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for adults and children.

We can help anyone experiencing all types of mental health problems including addiction, anxiety, bereavement, depression, eating disorders, PTSD, relationship problems, stress and other distressing emotional problems.

For a more detailed list visit our Problems page.

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