Twickenham Therapy Clinic
Twickenham Therapy Clinic
366 Richmond Rd, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 2DX
CBT, Counselling & Talking Therapies for Adults, Couples & Children in the Twickenham Area
At The British CBT & Counselling Service we have a Therapy Clinic that serves the Twickenham 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 contact us for more information. Should you wish to self fund your treatment then please see our Fees Page.
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.
Nearby car parks are:
- Ryde House, 397 Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 2EF – 1 minute walk
- The Rising Sun, 277 Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 2NP – 5 minute walk
Nearest Station: Richmond (District Line) – 15 minute walk. The clinic is located on the left hand side of Richmond Road in the building of the Charles Harry Pharmacy.
Nearest Station: Richmond. It is on the main line for South West Trains departing from Waterloo.
The Twickenham Clinic can be reached on the following bus routes:
Wheelchair access is not currently available at this clinic, please contact us for more information.
Therapists at this Location
MELANIE, East Dulwich
AMANDA & DAVID, Clapham
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.
Mental Health Blog
If December is the ‘season to be jolly’, January is the season to be depressed. Hot on the heels of the ‘most wonderful time of the year’ is the most emotionally and psychologically challenging. At The British CBT & Counselling Service requests for therapy triple in January with people feeling more depressed and anxious than at any other time. So why is this time of the year so difficult?