Ruth Osborne Therapy Counselling in Waterloo & London Bridge

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Counselling and Therapy in Waterloo and London Bridge area

Essentially, counselling and psychotherapy offers us an opportunity to learn about ourselves. And no more so than when it seems hard to cope with the emotional challenges that are often part of everyday life.

In these times we may feel on our own, isolated or stuck. We may not know which way to turn. It may also be difficult to find someone we can trust and who will understand, or, in such a busy world, someone who has the time to listen.

This is when as a counsellor and a psychotherapist I may be able to help. I offer a caring, confidential, safe and respectful therapeutic environment. This space will hopefully offer you the opportunity to explore your thoughts and feelings through considering your life experiences and expectations - be it past traumatic events or everyday dilemmas. But also a space to think about whom you are as a person, and your hopes, dreams, desires and aspirations for the future.

"The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are." C.G. Jung

I am a fully trained counsellor and psychotherapist practising from a private consulting room on Southwark Bridge Road in the Waterloo and London Bridge area in SE1.

For those looking for counselling or therapy in the Waterloo, London Bridge area or Central London, then I am conveniently situated between London Bridge and Waterloo rail and tube stations, and Borough and Southwark tube stations. Also, nearby is the Tate Modern, Borough Market, London South Bank University, Mint Street Park and various cafes and restaurants.

In the pages to follow you will find information about counselling and psychotherapy, my training and qualifications, the way I work and other practical matters. I hope this information will be helpful to you in your search for a counsellor or psychotherapist in South East or Central London.


Call or text me on 07967 204 528 or email me at ruthosbornetherapy@gmail.com


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