Zara Zara Taylor
Works with:Individuals
Locations:LCCS Clapham

Zara Taylor

  • Anxiety

  • Self-Esteem

  • Relationships

  • Stress

Zara offers an open and non-judgemental space where clients can explore their unique thoughts, feelings and experiences.Zara’s aim is to help her clients leave feeling more resilient, self-aware, self-compassionate and connected – connected to others and themselves.

As a relational psychotherapist, Zara is interested in her client’s relationships with others (past & present), their relationship with themselves, and how we relate together in therapy. Using an integrative approach, she brings together a range of contemporary psychotherapy ideas and approaches to best support you.

Experienced in both private practice and various clinical settings, Zara works with people who are experiencing a range of relational difficulties, emotional and mental health problems, including anxiety, depression, stress, self-esteem, identity, past trauma, life changes and relationships.

Committed to an anti-oppressive and intersectional practice, Zara aims to provide a safe and inclusive space for people of any gender, race, sexuality, identity and background. A place where difference can be openly spoken about and respectfully explored together.

Zara is a UKCP trainee psychotherapist in the final stage of of her MSc and Clinical Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy. She works at the The Awareness Centre’s low cost counselling service in Clapham.

Zara’s pronouns are she/her.

Sinead Parker
Brigitta Anderson