Jennifer Oh MSc, MBACP

Jennifer Oh MSc, MBACP



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About me

When agreeing to a counselling arrangement, you create a space for yourself. A safe, confidential and creative space where you can explore thoughts, feelings, past experiences and current situations with a professional. You may find that the routine of attending counselling sessions will in itself offer comfort and structure. It is okay to not always be okay - seeking support from a trained helper can be one aspect of positive self-care and empowerment. If you were to approach me for support, I work in a warm, open and non-directive way with clients.I work from a foundation of psychodynamic understanding and concepts. In other words, I address and encompass one's past experiences and how they may have influenced current beliefs, patterns of relating, relationship dynamics and/or low self-worth. Perhaps even a combination of the above.

Alongside my private practice, I have extensive experience working in the mental health sector within the community (with a nationally recognized mental health charity) and working for the NHS as a counsellor. I have a particular interest in life transitions and the process of attributing meaning to life events.

I have worked with a wide range of issues and a diverse clientele, some of whom have chronic and enduring mental ill health. Currently, I work with clients who are exploring themes of loss, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, loneliness, low self-esteem, body confidence and relationship difficulties/marital breakdown. I also offer counselling to clients who would like to explore themes of migration and women's issues.

My attitude to counselling includes flexibility meaning I can adapt to the number of sessions available and presenting issues. While working in a short-term-way I will utilise a more solution-focused counselling model. To explore issues in depth, I offer an open-ended, long-term counselling arrangement. I try to attune my counselling service to suit my client's needs.

Training, qualifications & experience


  • Harrow College, Certificate in Counselling Concepts
  • Birkbeck College, University of London, Certificate of Higher Education in Counselling Skills & Concepts
  • Birkbeck College, University of London, MSc in Adult Psychodynamic Counselling & Psychotherapy
  • Registered member with BACP
  • Certified Mental Health First Aider (MHFA England)

I maintain an ongoing role within a mental health charity. Building a knowledge base of relevant support services in the Harrow area and greater London.

I have experience of counselling young people (13-25 years) within an agency setting funded by the local authority in Hillingdon borough. In this context, I have experience working with short-term contracts (6-12 sessions) as well as open-ended work (1+ years).

Additionally, I have worked within NHS Talking Therapies, Wandsworth borough, offering up to 12 sessions of solution-focussed counselling.

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

Migration, immigration, identity, mixed-race identity, cultural identity, family pressures, academic stress, women's issues, body confidence, anxiety, depression, relationship problems/issues, low self-worth, existentialism, transitions

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£50 per session. Concessions may be available upon request.

I am happy to arrange an initial telephone consultation, at no cost, to discuss availability, fees as well as lightly touch upon what motivates you to begin counselling. If we feel there is a 'good fit' we can arrange a face-to-face appointment.

Although most clients attend weekly, some clients prefer fortnightly appointments. I am open to this option if I am able to comfortably accommodate it in my diary.

After the initial consultation, you may like to go away and reflect on the session before coming to a decision and arranging a standing appointment. This is fine and please do let me know if you prefer this option.

Further information

I have experience of working with clients who are on the autism spectrum, clients who present with restricted eating patterns, clients exploring their identity (adolescent, transgender, female issues, mixed-race identity) and clients who wish to explore their family relationships and/or other personal relationships.

Maps & Directions

Harrow, HA1

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Wheelchair access: No

There is parking available. To enter the building, there are two small steps.


Weekdays, day and evening.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults