Jon-Paul Marshall

Jon-Paul Marshall

Victoria Avenue


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About me

I have worked for many years in the NHS and for several mental health charities. I typically work with people struggling with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, self-criticism, shame, anger, addiction, dissociation, self-destructive tendencies, and much more. Such struggles often stem from multiple and complex life events and circumstances, including past/present abusive/neglectful relationships, abandonment, bereavement, bullying, trauma, racism, classism, sexism, gender expectations, study/work/financial pressures, and more existential challenges such as finding meaning and purpose in life.

I offer a warm, nurturing space in which, collaboratively, we can explore and make sense of difficulties you are facing. My doctoral level training in counselling psychology (2015-present; due to be completed in 2019) means I am skilled in working integratively, that is using several therapeutic approaches including CBT, psychodynamic, and existential models, and able to tailor my work to meet your specific needs. Primarily, my style is relational.

Training, qualifications & experience

Professional doctorate in Counselling Psychology (2015 - present; due to be completed in 2019)

Masters in Substance Misuse / Addiction

Undergraduate degree in Psychology

Certificate in Counselling

Member organisations



Usual fee £100 per 50 minute session.

Some discounted rates available, dependent upon income.

Further information

I offer free initial telephone consultations of up to 20 minutes. I also offer some discounted slots for those on lower incomes and students.

Maps & Directions

London, EC2M 4NS
London, E17

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: Unspecified
Other languages: None


Accessibility information
Wheelchair access: Yes

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme