Meghan is a UKCP-accredited psychotherapist, trained at the Karuna Institute on wild Dartmoor. She see individuals and couples, combining a relational and psychodynamic approach with creative imagination.

I can help with...

  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement and loss
  • Creative blocks
  • Identity issues
  • Low mood
  • Major life changes
  • Procrastination and 'stuckness'
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Spirituality
  • Trauma
  • Work-related issues

Types of clients I see

  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Young people

Languages I speak

  • English


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Types of therapy I offer

  • Core-process psychotherapy
  • Integral psychotherapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Psychodynamic

My approach

Most of our upsets have been created in relationship. It is also within relationship that we can deeply heal. I think healing can start when we listen into – and attend to – our current experience.

I offer a safe, tranquil space for individuals and couples in which you can explore difficulties you may be experiencing.

Counselling or psychotherapy can shed light on our difficulties and offer a space to share things that have been too hard to bear. It is possible for things to shift and for a sense of wellbeing to re-emerge. I feel that much of our experience just needs to be compassionately received.

I work with an integrative approach and occasionally draw on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) tools. I enjoy working with the imagination and I welcome the exploration of imagery, dreams, metaphor and spirituality. As well as being a practising psychotherapist, I have worked in a variety of organisations in the UK and abroad, and am aware of the stress that any of us can face in our work, unemployment or relationships. I enjoy dance, writing and Improv theatre.

Part of my work is drawing awareness to the body and the felt-sense. My role is that of facilitator and reflector with an intention to offer enquiry and acceptance.

Each person and couple dynamic are unique. I offer testimony to the mystery, complexity and richness that each one brings. Amidst difficulties, I honour each individual’s inherent sense of health, wisdom and joy.

In addition to my therapy work in London, I have also been working online with clients based internationally since 2016. I recognise and appreciate the differences and similarities of various aspects of culture, and am sensitive to the ‘push–pull’ of Eastern/Western values and external realities.

Training, qualifications and experience

  • MA in Core Process Psychotherapy (4 years) – Karuna Institute
  • Diploma in Psychotherapy – Kent University
  • BA in Drama – Winchester University
  • Trained at the Maudsley Hospital on an acute psychiatric admission ward for young adults
  • Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy skills
  • Certificate in Working with Couples & other Relationships
  • Gendlin’s ‘Focusing’

Professional affiliations

Code of ethics

I adhere to the UKCP code of ethics and guidelines.

Fees and availability

  • Individual therapy: £65 to £80 per session (negotiable and a limited number of reduced rates are available)
  • Couple therapy: £80 per session (before 5pm); £90 after 5pm
  • Appointments in person available 3pm to 9pm
  • Online appointments available 8am to 6pm

I accept clients who have insurance with Aviva, Axa PPP, Vitality, Cigna and Bupa.