Zoë Aston MSc

Zoë Aston MSc



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About me

Zoe has a masters degree in Addiction Psychology and Counselling at London from South Bank University and was the youngest recipient of the Esmond Robinson Scholarship award. She also has extensive training and practice with childhood, relational trauma survivors.

She is currently a proud and valued member of the treatment team at Charter Harley Street (www.charterharleystreet.com) and has a successful Private Practice which reflects the time and experience gained there.

Zoë works with the day to day difficulties of life as well as those in crisis, providing a tailor made service for every individual.

Her specialist areas include addiction, codependency, trauma, eating disorders, self-harm, attachment and identity development.

She is currently accredited with NCAC from SMMGP and is fully accredited with BACP.

Prior to her involvement with the therapeutic world, Zoe worked in the performing arts, founding and developing a successful dance enterprise. The expertise of working with young people through challenging developmental stages and her own life experiences motivated her to explore wider dimensions of physical and emotional expression.

Training, qualifications & experience

Private Practice Therapist
September 2015 – Present (1 month)Central and North London

Addiction and Trauma therapist
Charter Harley Street

November 2011 – Present (3 years 11 months)Charter Harley Street (London)

Placement Therapist
Priory Group
January 2010 –January 2011 (1 year 1 month)Honors & Awards

Esmond Robinson Scholarship Award
LSBUSeptember 2010

Recipient of the Esmond Robinson Award, which is
funded by Helen Prenn in memory of her son

Recognised by Worldwide Who's Who
Worldwide Who's Who
February 2012

NCAC Accreditation
FDAPOctober 2014

FDAP's National Counsellor Accreditation Certificate (NCAC) scheme is a professional certification for drug and alcohol counsellors

BACP Accreditation
September 2017

Volunteer Experience & Causes
Lead Facilitator
Grooops - September 2012 – December 2012 (4 months)Children Established in 2007, GroOops provides therapeutic Group Work, incorporating the Expressive Arts for Children, Young People and their Families. All our work is linked to therapeutically working through and understanding the impact of life transitions (changes) and developing healthy coping mechanisms in order to reach our full potential.

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Photos & videos

  • North London consulting room


North London £85
Central London £130

Further information


Maps & Directions

London, N19
London, W1W

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


North London (N19) Monday: 3pm - 8pm Tuesday: 9am - 11am Thursday 9am - 11am Central London (W1) Appointment times available on request.

Types of client

Young people