Kate Brown MBACP

Kate Brown MBACP

Imperial Wharf

West End
Central London

07725 109961

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Imperial Wharf

West End
Central London

07725 109961

About me

I am a trauma and cancer survivor with 50 years of diverse life experience. My work background is in Motivational Teaching, Wellbeing & TV Journalism. I came to Counselling & Psychotherapy training with a passion for empowering others and alleviating symptoms of distress.

Feeling anxious or depressed?

Perhaps you are disillusioned with life in general…or maybe you are tired of holding onto negative self-beliefs and are wanting to create

What kind of people do I work with?

I have worked with a wide range of international clients from varied social backgrounds. My clients include   professionals, refugees, victims of abuse and domestic violence, senior statesmen and those with financial, career and relationship challenges.

' Kate's clients seem to engage quickly with her and stay the course making significant changes'                                  

My philosophy ...

I strongly believe that we all have the potential for growth - whatever our experience. I am committed to facilitating that growth. Starting a therapeutic relationship takes courage and commitment and can be daunting. However, it will be life changing. If you would like to feel your life's potential - I very much look forward to working with you.

What to expect when you come to counselling..

So how does it work?

After an initial phone call or email from you - we will agree a place and time to meet for an initial consultation. This will last for one hour in one of my comfortable and quiet consulting rooms. It will be completely confidential. I will give you clear directions on how to find me. There is also a map on this site to help you.

How many sessions might you need?

In our first meeting, you will hopefully get an idea on whether you might be able to work with me, to achieve your goals in a therapeutic relationship. After this initial assessment of each other, we will then agree on how many sessions you would like to commit to. Usually we would meet weekly on the same day and time. Some people only need 10-12 sessions of counselling, in order to achieve their goals or to alleviate their symptoms. Others may need and prefer to stay in counselling & psychotherapy for much longer.

How do I work with you?

I offer an integrative approach in the counselling room. This means I draw on different psychotherapeutic theories. I also use empathic confrontation, humour and compassion with my clients. I tailor my therapy style by attuning to your needs. I strive to create a space where the relational aspect of my work is at the forefront of our session. We would work collaboratively at your pace - building new awareness around the issues you are faced with.

How do you pay for Counselling?
We will agree my fee prior to the first consultation. I take payment at the beginning of our weekly counselling sessions. You can pay in cash or by cheque. Regretfully I do not take credit cards.

Training, qualifications & experience

BSc (Hons) Degree in Reflective Therapeutic Practise - 2.1
3 Year Diploma in Humanistic Counselling from the Metanoia Institute in London (a leading educational institution)
Personal Fitness Instructor.
Montessori Early YearsTeacher Training.

Certificate of Proficiency BACP 2014
I am a Registered Member of the BACP.

I am a Member of The Metanoia Institute.

I sit on the exam board for the Humanistic Counselling Diploma at The Metanoia Institute,London.

I work with Adults, young people and children in an emotionally supportive way in private practise in west london and for the NHS. I have experience of working with relationship issues, trauma and abuse.

I have experience in the following psychological approaches ; Person-Centred Counselling, Transactional Analysis (TA), Gestalt Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Psychodynamic Therapy.

I have facilitated humanistic counselling for victims and perpetrators of Domestic Violence.

I have worked with NHS patients in the Psychology Department of Brocklebank Health Centre, West London. I was supervised by Dr Saira Razzaq ( Director of Psychology & Wellbeing Services, NHS ) I counselled patients who presented with a broad range of moderate to severe mental health issues. These included, depression, anxiety, childhood trauma, abuse, suicidal ideation and substance misuse.

I am committed to Continued Professional Development (CPD) Which have included ;-

'Working with women affected by Domestic Violence' WT 2012
'ChildProtection & Safeguarding' 2013
'Making Endings with Children' 2013
'Shame - The Intolerable Affect' MI. 2013
'The Implications of Affect, Attachment & Social Cognition Conference' UCL 2013
'Borderline Personality Disorder & Counselling' Dr Gillian Proctor 2014
'Domestic Violence, Trauma & The Person-centred/ Humanistic Approaches' WT 2014
'Psychometric Testing' Dr Biljana van Rijn (Head of Clinical Services Metanoia) MI 2014
'The Reflective Practitioner in Practise & Problem Formulation' Dr Saira Razzaq (Director of Psychology & Well Being Services NHS) 2014
'Yoga & Meditation for Anxiety' Jonathan Pofsky, (Psychotherapist & Yoga Therapist) California March 2016
'Gut Feeling' CPD Conference Place2Be. Dr Graham Music (Key note speaker) 'Bringing up the bodies' Recent ideas on the impact of Early Attachment experience on the parasympathetic nervous system. May 2016
'Examining in the Humanistic Counselling Diploma Oral Exams at Metanoia Institute' May 2016
'Frontiers in the Treatment of Trauma Series - Effective strategies for treating trauma' nicabm online CPD June 2016
'Progressive Woskshop' Dr Joe Dispenza - London, Oct 2016
'Child Sexual Abuse' PODS - London, Dec 2016
'The Addictive Personality' - Carolyn Cowan, Dec 2016

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

My practices are easily accessible from Clapham Junction, Wandsworth, Chelsea, Fulham, Battersea, Green Park, Mayfair, Marble Arch.

Photos & videos

  • Harley Street Practice
  • Imperial Wharf, Fulham Practice


My fees :-

I offer a sliding scale of fees - depending on time and location of appointment.
I also offer a discretionary reduced fee (£50) for students and those genuinely financially challenged.

I require a full 48 hours notice for cancelling a booked appointment - otherwise the full fee will be charged.

Regretfully I cannot take Credit or Debit cards.

I accept cash, cheques and bank transfers.

Further information

    Testimonials from previous clients...

    'I would particularly like to thank my counsellor who was called Kate. She was very perceptive
    about my needs and personality and what I needed from the process….She really helped me to
    change my perception and stop blaming myself.'

    ''..Counselling helped me face what happened to me and see it in a whole new perspective.I
      was able to break through a wall of silence and face something I was frightened of. Without it
      I would still be stuck in the same place I had been all those years.'

' Kate's clients seem to engage quickly with her and stay the course making significant changes'

(Clinical Supervisor)                                


Maps & Directions

Imperial Wharf, SW6
Central London, W1G

Type of session

Online counselling: No
Telephone counselling: Yes
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None


I can offer counselling and therapy sessions out of normal hours. Some evening sessions available in both West London Consulting rooms. Please email me for you request. Thanks

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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