Anne Glynn Online and Face to Face Counsellor/ Psychotherapist BACP Accredited.

Anne Glynn Online and Face to Face Counsellor/ Psychotherapist BACP Accredited.

One Canada Square
Canary Wharf
E14 5AA



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About me

I am a BACP Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist and have worked with many clients who have sought help for a wide range of problems such as abuse, affairs, addiction,anxiety, bereavement, cultural difficulties, depression, divorce,gambling, infidelity, intrusive thoughts, difficulties in relationships, 'people pleasing', narcissism, sexuality and trauma.

I believe that talking to a perceptive and skilled listener can make a real difference. I also maintain that one of the most important factors in your therapy is the relationship you establish with your counsellor since, if it is one of trust and frankness, it can allow for a unique kind of exploration rarely possible outside of this situation. Therefore, I aim to offer you my undivided attention and will do my best to understand you, your inner world and the things which trouble or confuse you.

I work integratively which means that I draw from a range of therapeutic approaches but I am most influenced by psychodynamic ways of understanding distress. In other words, I will be interested to explore with you how the past may be affecting you in the present, how your original styles of attachment might influence current relationships, including the one you form with me, and the patterns which may be repeating in your life. The defences which you have developed to protect yourself will be of interest to me and we may consider how well these are serving you and to what extent they have become obstacles.  I will respectfully challenge you where appropriate and will support you in the changes which you  would like to make.

I offer face to face sessions and am also able to offer Skype counselling if appropriate.

Training, qualifications & experience

Diploma Therapeutic Counselling
Primary Certificate CBT
Bachelor Education (Hons)
Certificate Education
BACP Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist
Cruse Bereavement Training/Accredited Counsellor
Certificate - Counselling for Problem Gambling-University of Salford

I work part time as a Counsellor/Psychotherapist with staff in an NHS Trust and am also Staff Counsellor at a London university. I worked for 8 years at Gamcare, an organisation which offered counselling to problem gamblers and I have been an online therapist with Big White Wall from 2012 until 2018. I have worked in  private practice since 2007 and  operate from Sidcup, Kent and Canary Wharf, London, E14.

I have worked as an NHS Staff Support Therapist, provided counselling to NHS GP patients and have been a Palliative Care Counsellor at a hospice, working with people with life limiting illnesses. I am currently an EAP Affiliate Therapist.

Before qualifying as a counsellor/psychotherapist I worked for over 20 years as an English teacher and Head of Year in inner London secondary schools.

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited


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Other areas of counselling I deal with

Unresolved childhood issues, trauma, cultural issues,jealousy, infidelity, loss and separation, pornography addiction, 'people pleasing'.


I work with individuals in private practice at two locations, Sidcup and Canary Wharf.
Fees at my Sidcup practice are £60 per session and I am available during weekday evenings and in the daytime on Fridays.

My fees at Canary Wharf are £70 for a 50 minute session- £90 for sessions after 6pm.

Skype sessions are £60.

EMDR sessions are charged at £100 per full hour. Sessions are usually 90 minutes.

Further information

I work from a dedicated, private, counselling room in my home in Sidcup. There is ample unrestricted parking in the road and Sidcup station is approximately 10 minutes walk.

My Canary Wharf practice takes place in a pleasant therapy room on floor 29 of One Canada Square.

If you decide to contact me to arrange an initial meeting I will ask you to provide me with some preliminary information by telephone or by email. This will allow me to gain some understanding of your particular difficulty and whether it is within my power to be of help to you or whether you may need more specialist support. I see the initial face to face session as an opportunity for you to decide whether you feel comfortable with me and for me to find out more about you and if and how I can help you. If we decide that further sessions should follow it will be your choice to opt for a set number of sessions or to proceed on an open ended basis.

Maps & Directions

London, E14 5AA
Sidcup, DA14

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None


Accessibility information
Wheelchair user access: No

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
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