Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling

Jack Reardon BSc, MA, PGDIP (BACP)

Some of the reasons you might consider psychotherapy

It may be that you are having difficulties in your relationship, or the fact that you don’t have a relationship.
Difficulties may come from your loss or bereavement, illness or other setbacks.
You may feel misunderstood, confused, depressed or anxious.
It may be that you feel disappointed with life or that it feels impossible to find balance, direction or meaning.
You might have dreams which are troubling you or which you wish to understand more deeply.
You might be suffering from a particular trauma or It could be that the world seems a frightening and dangerous place

Other people come to psychotherapy because maybe

They want support whilst recovering from addictions.
They are suffering from compulsive behaviour, or obsessive thoughts and fantasies.
They want to find the meaning of a troubling physical symptom which they sense has a psychological cause.
They are trying to deal with the implications of physical or sexual abuse.
They want help in dealing with an eating disorder, or
They are suffering from identity problems.

Therapy can offer the space to talk through and process any past or present issues and concerns with an approach where you may feel comfortable and safe.

Please find the Contact button for an initial session.

What Psychotherapy Can Help With

Much of my way of working can help the client find inner solution and progression at the root of the presenting issues; providing the potential for life-long change.

I am an Integrative Psychotherapist, please click the Therapy section for more information on how I work. I lend much of my work from Jungian Psychotherapy. For more information on Jung’s approach to therapy please click on the Jung link.

Typical issues my Integrative approach can help with include:

Addictions/recovering from addiction, childhood abuse/trauma, compulsive behaviour, anxiety, relationship difficulties/or lack of relationship, depression, obsessive thoughts and fantasies, relationship difficulties, low self-esteem/confidence, bereavement & loss, gender identity concerns, self-harming/destructive behaviours (including substance misuse), amongst others.


BSc/Undergraduate in Counselling & Psychology
MA in Analytical Psychology
Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychotherapy & Counselling
Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy – At Present

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Fee Information

The fee is £50 per session

(£40 for students)

Assessments and initial sessions are £40

I also offer a negotiable fee to self-funding students and young people

Therapy works best with regular attendance

To set up an initial session please contact me by e-mail so we can arrange a phone call and for you to ask whatever you wish about how I work, fees and we can talk briefly about your reasons for seeking psychotherapy.

Contact Me

Location | Private Practice in Richmond

My private practice is at

London Therapy Foundation,
40 Lambert Avenue, Richmond,

Send me a message in the ‘Contact‘ section