Lucas Teague

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Transpersonal Psychotherapist & Supervisor UKCP (Acc)
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London, Greater London, E1
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About me

I have worked as a therapist with clients in a number of settings over a 14 year period, as well as working in the healing professions for the past 19 years. Through this time, I have developed an effective means of supporting clients in crisis. I specialize in offering a holistic approach in the treatment of depression, anxiety, bereavement, and addictions. Working holistically means including your whole experience, as a means of helping you to gain a more complete understanding of the underlying issues related to these difficulties. My experience of working in this way has shown me that it can be one of the most effective methods of fostering lasting change.

As a psychotherapist, I work with male and female clients in looking to find a balance between providing a supportive and empathic environment, as well as challenging when needed. In this regard I seek to develop a deep and honest relationship, whilst also adhering to professional boundaries. I work from an Integrative Transpersonal approach, which means that I use Gestalt, Psychodynamic and Jungian approaches. As a Transpersonal Psychotherapist, I work with all aspects of your experience, including mind, body, and spirit. Working transpersonally may include addressing the need to have more depth and meaning in one’s life, or to understand a crisis as potentially being an invitation to have a deeper relationship to oneself and the world. My integrative training means that I can adapt my way of working to suit each client's unique needs, which may change as we work together. I am interested in how our experiences from the past shape our present, in terms of relationships, self-image and self-beliefs.

Having worked in mental health for a number of years I am able to receive referrals from client’s presenting with severe and enduring mental health conditions.

For some people beginning therapy can feel uncomfortable or embarrassing; believing that somehow we have failed to resolve our problems through our own means. Often behind this belief is a view of self-reliance that can leave us feeling isolated and anxious about not measuring up to other’s perceived expectations. As a psychotherapist, I feel privileged to hear the deep honesty and great courage that many of my clients have in their lives, and how these have helped them to cope in difficult and often challenging environments.

As well as offering face to face appointments, I also see clients online, both within the UK and internationally.

My experience of having worked with clients online over a number of years, is that it can provide an effective means of working at depth and supporting real change. In this regard, many of the approaches I use within a face to face context have been successfully adapted to this format.

I offer both weekly in person and online appointments, or a combination of both. This allows the flexibility to move between working in person and online, as needed. Some clients find this particularly beneficial if their work or personal commitments require them to travel on a regular basis.

Whether this is the first time you have come to therapy, or you have previous experience, I seek to offer support that is tailored to your needs, at a pace that feels manageable for you.


"I worked with Lucas for 8 months and he really helped me a lot with working on my fears and poor self-confidence. I started counselling mostly for my problems with relationships and at the same time I started to date my actual boyfriend. I was very scared and full of questions and I really believe that Lucas and the psychotherapy contributed in building my relationship when it felt so fragile in its beginning. My boyfriend and I recently celebrated 1 year of living together.

I think Lucas is really professional. I felt he gave me the right degree of space and at the same time through his humanity, the means to allow me the confidence to completely open to myself. He really loves his job....Thank you" (G.I)

"Lucas worked with me for over a year to address crippling, lifelong issues. I was obsessed with an ex-partner, emotionally numb, full of self-loathing and profoundly lonely, yet unable to start a new relationship or move forward in life because I felt toxic and worthless.

Lucas helped me to see how my addictive behaviour, relationship patterns, shame and self-loathing came from childhood wounds, and how I could heal by learning to connect with my lost inner child, love myself unconditionally and feel all my feelings.

I’m in my 40s and I’d spent a lifetime building walls to hide behind. An intellectual approach wouldn’t have reached me, but Lucas employed creativity, imagination and spirituality to help me begin to find out who I really am, and to like what I find. I’m now on a long road to becoming a whole person and building a rich, full life that I never thought possible." (S.R)

"I met with Lucas over a period of several months. I was going through probably the hardest time of my life, suffering from depression, extremely low self-esteem, self-harming and suicidal thoughts following a traumatic life event. I felt comfortable talking to Lucas; it was easy to open up and tell him my innermost thoughts without fear of judgement, in a safe, caring environment and quickly we developed a healthy relationship through which to tackle my issues. Through my darkest times of complete self-hatred where I only saw one way out, he was able to help me identify a grain of self-love that lay within, and nurture it and grow this self-acceptance of myself and who I am." (L.H)

"Having never been in therapy or even considered it previously I contacted Lucas as my life was rapidly becoming a car crash of unhappiness and self-destructive behaviour. I spent a number of extremely valuable sessions with Lucas discussing the underlying reasons and causes of my issues and his calm and insightful manner massively helped me to help myself. Looking back now, from a position where my life has improved enormously, I can honestly say that reaching out to Lucas was one of the best things I ever did and I cannot recommend him highly enough."  (C.W)

Training, qualifications & experience

I began training as a therapist 16 years ago, as I wanted to bring together my personal interests with my professional life. In this regard I chose to train as a Transpersonal Psychotherapist, as this provided me with a relational therapeutic approach, whilst holding a good basis to work from in understanding unconscious processes, and the deeper existential meanings of life that I feel we all search for.

The process of self-understanding is fundamental for me as a practitioner, and has continued through an on-going spiritual inquiry that allows me to know myself on deeper levels without the demands of established religious dogma. In turn my training as a counselor and psychotherapist reaffirms the importance of the individual’s truth, as a means toward greater meaning and wholeness in our lives.

Along with my private practice as a therapist, I have worked as a Bereavement Therapist at St Joseph's Hospice in East London. I have experience of providing therapeutic support to those nearing the end of their lives, as well as those who have been bereaved through the death of someone close to them. I have also worked as a therapist in a service in North London, providing longer term support for clients with severe and enduring mental health conditions.

Through my experience of working within mental health and trauma I have come to recognize that mental health issues are not something that an unfortunate few end up in hospital experiencing, but something that we can all be susceptible to in our lives.

I have experience of working with clients with addiction issues within my private practice. For many people, the experience of addiction can leave them feeling as though they have no self-respect or identity. For many people in this situation, their lives have become increasingly unmanageable through the pursuit of trying to “fix” painful feelings or unwanted thoughts or memories. The use of an addictions recovery programme in conjunction with therapy can provide a powerful healing combination.

I currently offer individual supervision within my private practice. I use an integrative approach, whilst holding a holistic focus, which works with the practitioner's mind, body, emotions, and intuition.

I am also an approved training psychotherapist at Re-vision.

Alongside talking together, I may suggest the use of mindfulness, (non-contact) bodywork, drawing, or dream work. These can be a powerful means toward helping you understand and fulfil more of your potential, and the discovery of your real self. Real, in this sense being what feels true and authentic for you in your own experience and learning to trust this.

I also use systemic constellations in my work with clients. This can offer a means of understanding and healing inter-generational trauma in an embodied way that allows an insight into the underlying family, cultural and societal systems at play.

I am also a father for two boys. Being a parent has given me an insight into the complexities, demands, and rewards of this role.

I provide one to one work as a psychotherapist and am an accredited member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy, as well as being a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. In order to maintain the highest possible levels of competence and care, I regularly undertake personal supervision and continuing professional development. I carry personal indemnity insurance and hold a full DBS clearance certificate.

I am registered with a number of healthcare insurance providers, including Aviva and AXA PPP healthcare.

Higher Professional Diploma in Counselling (Lewisham College)

Post Graduate Diploma in Transpersonal Psychotherapy (Re-vision)

Post Graduate Certificate in Integrative Transpersonal Supervision (Re-vision)

Foundation Training in Systemic Constellations (The Centre for Systemic Constellations)

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Registered / Accredited

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UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)

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As part of its commitment to protect the public, it works to improve access to psychotherapy, to support and disseminate research, to improve standards and to respond effectively to complaints against its members.

UKCP standards cover the range of different psychotherapies. Registration is obtained by training or accrediting with one of its member organisations, or by holding a European Certificate in Psychotherapy. Accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)

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Registered and accredited members are listed on the BACP Register, which shows that they have demonstrated BACP’s recommended standards for training, proficiency and ethical practice. The BACP Register was the first register of psychological therapists to be accredited by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

Accredited and senior accredited membership are voluntary categories for members who choose to undertake a rigorous application and assessment process to demonstrate additional standards around practice, training and supervision.

Individual members will have completed an appropriate counselling or psychotherapy course and started to practise, but they won’t appear on the BACP Register until they've demonstrated that they meet the standards for registration. Student members are still in the process of completing their training.

All members are bound by the BACP Ethical Framework and a Professional Conduct Procedure.

Accredited register membership

UK Council for Psychotherapy
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UK Council for Psychotherapy
British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
Accredited Register Scheme

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£70.00 per session
Free initial telephone session

Concessions offered for

  • Low income
  • Students
  • Unemployed

Health Insurance/EAP

  • Aviva
  • Axa Health

Additional information

I offer a free initial phone consultation. Thereafter, I charge £70 per session.

I charge £70 per session for supervision.

I have a limited number of concessionary appointments for students and those in receipt of benefits or a low wage. 

When I work

I offer appointments on Mon, Wed and Thursday 10am-8pm.

Further information

I practice from purpose built therapy rooms. This means they are quiet, confidential and comfortable. I am based in Brick Lane, with nearest tube is Liverpool Street, which is approx 10 mins walk. There is also Shoreditch High Street overground, which is approx 5 mins walk.

I offer no time restrictions on how long someone may feel they need to be in psychotherapy. As a psychotherapist, I offer open ended sessions that are specifically tailored to an individual's needs.

170 Brick Lane, London, Greater London, E1

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young people (13-17)
Adults (25-64)
Older Adults (65+)
Employee Assistance Programme

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I currently provide clinical supervision to individuals within my private practice.

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Lucas Teague
Lucas Teague