Adult referrals

British Psychoanalytical Society and The Institute of Psychoanalysis

Institute of Psychoanalysis Clinical Service

London Clinic of Psychoanalysis
112a Shirland Road
London
W9 2BT
Phone Number: 020 7563 5002
Fax Number: 020 7563 5003
clinic@iopa.org.uk

Founded in 1924, the Institute of Psychoanalysis has trained generations of psychoanalysts many of whom have become leaders in the field of psychoanalysis and mental health. The Institute training has maintained a worldwide reputation for excellence.
Those completing the training become psychoanalysts recognised by the International Psychoanalytical Association and are eligible for registration with the BPC.

Area: Mainly London and the Home Counties but some consultations and referrals are also available nationwide. Some reduced fee psychoanalytic vacancies are available in the North of England as well as in London and surrounding areas. See Reduced fee section.
Frequency: By arrangement with the psychoanalyst.
Fee Structure: Initial consultation £120 or £30 for those on low income.
Minimum Fee: There is no minimum and fees are by arrangement with the psychoanalyst concerned.
Apply to The London Clinic of Psychoanalysis by telephone 0207563 5002, email clinic@iopa.org.uk or by post at the above address.

British Psychotherapy Foundation

37 Mapesbury Road
London
NW2 4HJ

The British Psychotherapy Foundation (bpf) is an organisation of psychotherapists who are working to ensure that the benefits of psychotherapy are available to as many people who need it as possible. With around 650 members, we are one of the largest psychotherapy membership and training organisations in Europe. We are also a charity. Our approach is based on the rich tradition of psychoanalytic and Jungian theory and practice, while also drawing on scientific advances in our understanding of the human mind and development. Our overarching aim then is to make the benefits of this type of therapy available to as many people who need it as possible, as well as to acquaint as many people as possible with this extraordinary body of ideas.

As an organisation:

• We train therapists – through high-quality, intensive clinical training programmes

• We introduce potential trainees, other professionals and members of the public to the theory and practice of psychotherapy through introductory courses and events

• We organise a stimulating programme of short courses, seminars, lectures and discussions for our members as well as for the public

• We offer access to therapy though our Clinical Service, including our Low Fee Scheme

• We publish the prestigious British Journal of Psychotherapy

• We provide a dynamic professional home for our members – with opportunities for professional development, information exchange and networking.

Area: UK
Fee Structure: The current fee for an assessment consultation is £75. Fees for ongoing therapy will be discussed directly with your psychotherapist at the outset, but if there are financial difficulties, you should discuss this in the initial consultation.
Apply to coordinators at http://www.britishpsychotherapyfoundation.org.uk/find-a-therapist

Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling

Psychotherapist Directory

5 Maidstone Buildings Mews
London
SE1 1GN
Phone Number: 07860 772763
admin@thefpc.org.uk

FPC (Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling) is the professional home for graduates of WPF Therapy. All of our Professional Members are Psychotherapists with a minimum of 4 years intensively supervised clinical training, qualified to postgraduate level who trained at WPF Therapy, one of the largest and most respected psychotherapy training institutions for over 50 years. Our members can be found in the Psychotherapist Directory at www.thefpc.org.uk

WPF Therapy is a safe space that empowers individuals to manage their own lives and flourish. We aim to make psychotherapy more accessible by providing affordable therapeutic services, training and educational opportunities for therapists and care workers to ensure a skilled workforce is equipped to deliver effective treatments.
Whilst we see hundreds of clients each week, our main source of referrals is personal recommendation by friends or family. If you are thinking of trying therapy for the first time, or want to continue your journey, please visit our website or email therapy@wpf.org.uk. If you are interested in training, please email training@wpf.org.uk.

Area: The majority of therapists are located in London and surrounding areas, although we do have members nationwide.
Frequency: 1–3 sessions per week by arrangement with the therapist
Fee Structure: By agreement with the individual therapist. Fee Range is stated in the directory.
Minimum Fee: There is no minimum fee and the fee is arranged with the therapist (the referrals manager can advise as to the availability of therapists with low cost spaces)

Northern Ireland Psychoanalytic Society

Consultation and Referral Service

21, Old Holywood Road
Belfast
BT4 2HJ
deirdremeehan@live.co.uk

The Northern Ireland Psychoanalytic Society (NIPaS) is an organisation of psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists based in Belfast. Founded in 1988, it was originally called the Northern Ireland Association for the Study of Psychoanalysis (NIASP).

The name was changed in 2019 following our admission as a Study Group of the International Psychoanalytical Association (IPA) in 2018. Study Group status means that we can now offer a full psychoanalytic training, having run a successful psychoanalytic psychotherapy training for almost thirty years. The Society’s ambition is to become a Component Society of the IPA in the next few years.

The Society has had charitable status from its early years, and acts on a non-profit basis. The fundamental aim of the Northern Ireland Psychoanalytic Society is to contribute to the improvement of the mental health and well-being of the citizens of Northern Ireland by fostering a psychoanalytic understanding of the mind and psychic development through education and treatment, clinical training and outreach, clinical consultancy and academic research to the highest international standards.

Frequency: By arrangement with the therapist.
Apply to To consult a psychoanalytic psychotherapist or psychoanalyst please search the list of NIASP members

Society of Analytical Psychology

Jungian Therapy Consultation Service

1 Daleham Gardens
London
NW3 5BY
Phone Number: 020 7435 7696
Fax Number: 020 7431 1495
Area: Mostly London and the Home Counties but also cities and towns in England, Scotland and Wales
Frequency: Sessions may take place 1-5 times per week by arrangement
Fee Structure: £56 for initial consultation but can be decided with the Assessor.
Minimum Fee: By arrangement with the member
Apply to The Co-ordinator, Consultation Service at the Society of Analytical Psychology by letter or telephone

Tavistock Society of Psychotherapists

The Private Psychotherapy Service

The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust
London
NW3 5BA
Phone Number: 020 8938 2344

This Clinical Service has been set up to provide assessment of patients and assistance in finding suitable treatment vacancies for private psychoanalytical psychotherapy. Our members are holders of the Tavistock Qualification in Adult Psychotherapy (TQAP), a four year training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. The service is provided in two forms:

1. We can provide a full assessment and advise on appropriate help.

2. If a full assessment has been completed, then the Clinical Coordinator will, if possible, provide the name of a therapist with a suitable vacancy.

Area: Mostly London and the Home Counties but a number work elsewhere in the UK
Frequency: By arrangement with the therapist
Fee Structure: £60 for an initial consultation
Minimum Fee: There is no minimum and the fee is by arrangement with the therapist
Apply to Referrals Coordinator on 020 8341 4912; or at www.tpps.org.uk; or at TPPS, PO Box 18694, London NW3 2FD

Wessex Counselling and Psychotherapy

Counselling Service

Fairfield House
Frome
BA11 1BH
Phone Number: 01373 453 355
Area: Frome, Bath, Bristol