The Awareness Centre is one of the largest clinical institutes in London and we provide counselling, psychotherapy, psychology, psychosexual and relationship therapy, psychiatry, coaching and speech and language therapy. We work with individuals, couples, families, children and groups. Our philosophy offers an holistic overview of many different approaches to therapy supporting the diverse community of London.
We accept self-referrals and referrals from community learning difficulties teams for both children and adults, mental health teams, probation service teams, substance misuse teams, GP’s, Nurses, Psychiatrists, and other professionals. We are also private healthcare provider.
The Awareness Centre runs a varied programme of part time self-development and training workshops and courses for both clients and therapists, offering the opportunity for personal growth and discovery and the opportunity to develop expertise and extend training.
Michaela McCarthy is the Managing Director of TAC. She is a qualified Counsellor, Psychotherapist, Psychosexual & Relationship Therapist, Addictions Specialist, Trainer and Clinical Supervisor.
Would you like to work at The Awareness Centre? We currently have two exciting part-time posts available at our busy practice in Clapham, SW4. Practice Manager: We are seeking a professional, well organised and dynamic, UKCP, BACP or BPS accredited clinical Practice Manager. Do you have excellent interpersonal skills and a solid understanding of counselling and psychotherapy? DoRead more →
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