Jennifer Cawley Therapy

Why choose therapy with me?

I draw from a range of psychotherapy models to create an approach that's tailored to you and the areas you want to explore. No two people are the same, so no two styles of therapy should be the same, either.

We can focus on a particular issue in detail, or take a broader view of you and your life so far. My style of therapy is about more than looking at your past – it’s about building self-awareness to give you more choice in your present and future. Ultimately, I believe you have all the answers and resources within you – my job is to help bring these to light.

What can I help with?

  • Anxiety
  • Depression (including peri-natal)
  • Relationship issues
  • Stress
  • Low self-esteem
  • Abuse (physical, emotional or sexual)
  • Addiction (substance or behaviour)
  • Anger
  • Bereavement
  • Bullying
  • Co-dependency
  • Eating disorders
  • Professional and career challenges
  • Self-harm
  • Trauma

Fees & location

I’m based in Bloomsbury, central London. My fees range from £75-95 per 50-minute session, depending on the time of day and your financial circumstances.

What happens in the first session?

I focus on creating a confidential space where you’ll feel comfortable to start exploring what it means to be you – the public you and the private you. Then, we’ll take a first look at the reasons that brought you to therapy. We’ll also agree to a regular weekly slot that’s reserved for you, a fee, and the holidays/cancellation policy.

About me

Jennifer Cawley

I have a Diploma in Integrative Counselling and a Foundation Certificate in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from the Minster Centre, London. My first degree is a BA in English Literature from Durham University.

I’m a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, and work to its code of ethics at all times. I’m also committed to continual professional training and make sure I’m up to date with the latest developments in psychotherapy. As part of this, I’m currently undergoing a research project on the effects of paternal absence.

Before qualifying as a therapist, I worked as an editor for a global media agency and as a freelance journalist. My creative background helps me work with openness and curiosity, as well as understand the pressures of a demanding professional life.