Contact, Map & Directions
If you have psychotherapy or counselling queries which you would like to discuss or wish to make an appointment in London for an initial consultation, telephone 020 8961 8076. If I am unavailable to take your call do leave your name and number on the confidential answer service and I will get back to you.
Alternatively, you may wish to complete the form below. All enquiries are completely confidential.
Map & Directions for London Psychotherapy
The London Psychotherapy consulting room is situated in Wrottesley Road, Willesden, and is within easy access of Willesden Junction (Bakerloo line), Silverlink train services as well as bus routes.
There are also trains running from Willesden Junction to Euston and another service to Clapham Junction in central London.
By car Wrottesley Road is about:
- ten to fifteen minutes drive from Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill and Kensington
- ten to fifteen minutes drive from London postcodes NW6, NW3 and NW11
- ten minutes drive from the London's North Circular
- fifteen minutes drive from the M1
- twenty minutes drive from Ealing, Acton and Chiswick
- fifteen minutes drive from Wembley, London
For those using a SatNav, please use the postcode NW10 5UT.
Contacting London Psychotherapy
If you would like more information about psychotherapy in London or wish to make an appointment call: Jane Palmer on 020 8961 8076. Alternatively you may wish to use our web form to send us an email.Return to top
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