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Private Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Psychologists and Psychosexual & Relationship Therapists

The Awareness Centre would like to hear from self-employed practitioners who would like to hire a room and work as part of our clinical team in private practice providing therapy for individuals, couples, families, children and adolescents. In particular, we are currently looking for three self-employed psychosexual therapist who would be interested in working from our centre.

We are interested in therapists who work using an additional language other than English to support our Multilingual Counselling Service , therapists to work with our LGBT clientele, and who can work within our Addiction, Anger Management, Bereavement, Child and AdolescentCouples and Sex and Relationship Counselling services.

For more information please contact our Practice Manager on 020 8673 4545 or via email: manager@theawarenesscentre.com

The Awareness Centre offers a suite of 10 contemporary, refurbished consulting rooms and a studio/training room. For information on hiring a therapy room please see here.

What people say about working at TAC

Seeing clients at TAC is more relaxed, which I attribute to the warm, inviting atmosphere. With less emphasis on paperwork and systems, and the ability to work with clients long term, the overall experience feels very much like working in private practice, which neither my studies or previous placements have really addressed so far. From my very first sessions at TAC, I began to feel like a Counsellor and not just a trainee. Things like contacting clients to introduce myself before our first meeting, collecting fees and maintaining my online diary mean I am directly involved in each client’s o…
Ama Clarke

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What people say

[My therapist’s] calming presence really helped me to be frank and honest. Having someone listen so intently and make poignant observations is a rare thing. She uses this to great effect – guiding you back to issues which need addressing
CV