Your doorway to the world of change

"In light of the coronavirus COVID-19, we would like to talk you through your flow when visiting our centre and highlight the hygiene measures we've put in place for your safety.

We also offer skype/zoom and telephone sessions to help you through these difficult times.

On entry, you will be asked to wash your hands or use the sanitising gel provided. Each room also has sanitising hand wipes.

The bannisters to go up and down the stairs will be disinfected every morning/periodically throughout the day.

Doors/door handles to each room will be cleaned after every session.

The arms of the chairs in the therapy rooms will have been cleaned after the previous client.

We do not have a waiting room or communal areas; the only contact you will have is sitting a comfortable distance away from your therapist"

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  • I had an excellent experience, I really wish I had got hypnosis years ago. I felt relaxed and at ease, I went to get hypnosis for low self esteem and anxiety. This experience has made a huge difference to my life. The all too often awkward initial call was made all that much easier by friendly and professional staff, who were knowledgeable of what treatment I needed and advised an in house therapist who was an expert in the field. The innocuous premises really helped me relax.
  • It was nice to know that you have the choice of female and male therapists. As I spoke to a male therapist who was lovely but he reffered me to a female specialist there for my problem. The centre is very discrete like a house which I liked so no-one could see me go into a “therapy centre”.

Our Spaces

The City of London Therapy Centre has been purposefully designed to maintain its original town house feel. A lot of our clients have remarked on how comfortable and relaxed they feel in our rooms. When you arrive for your appointment, your therapist will meet you at the door and take you straight to your room, so there is no awkward waiting around in a faceless waiting room.