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SW17 South London


Constance is an integrative trained therapist and adapt my practice to each client's needs, incorporating different techniques including, psychodynamic, CBT, mindfulness, autogenic training techniques, creative therapy. 

​Constance has worked in-depth with: anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks, anger, depression, family issues, trauma, abuse (emotional and physical) , twins, the LGBTQ+ community, low self-esteem, stress, guilt, shame, bullying, existential crises, identity, life transitions, anger, trauma, gender identity,  relationships, physical and emotional abuse, self-harm, eating disorders, trauma, bereavement, fertility, addiction, loneliness, suicidal ideation,  attachment issues, ADHD, ASD, OCD, PTSD, dissociative disorders, personality disorders, and much more. 

As well as working with adults of all ages. Constance specialises in working with young adults, teenagers and children. She has worked in- depth therapeutically with adolescents and children in various educational settings, including independent and state run schools. Constance has worked and works with clients from all different cultural backgrounds and communities and welcomes anyone and everyone to her practise. Alongside her private practise Constance is currently working as a school counsellor at an all boys independent school in south London. 

Constance also offers sessions with parents, and has worked with parents to help support their children and teenagers with their mental health. 

Constance has worked with multi-disciplinary teams, helping high-risk clients, collaborating with GPs, teachers, pastoral care, CAMHS, social services, dieticians and nutritionists.  

​Constance worked for the NHS through the pandemic and has experience working with short-term (a minimum of 6 sessions) and long-term (open-ended) therapy. 

​Constance is currently taking on parents and clients from the ages of 13-years old onwards

​​​How I work

“My priority is for all of my clients to feel safe and grounded when working with me. I try to make sure all of my clients come away from the therapy with a better understanding of themselves and with the tools they need to continue moving forward in their lives and to help them through future life challenges.

Many of my clients start off with weekly sessions and then move to fortnightly or monthly depending on what they need. 

​I can work in a more goal-focused short-term approach or a more analytical long-term approach depending on what the client needs and wants."



Constance is an adult-trained therapist and completed her BACP Accredited qualification in Integrative Counselling in London.  Constance is currently studying on a part-time MA in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, whilst studying she will be continuing with her private practice. 


Qualifications: ​

  • Present- MA Conversion in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy at Terapia

  • AdvDip at CPPD in Humanistic Integrative Counselling 

  • PgD at CPPD in Humanistic Integrative Counselling 

  • PGCert in Psychotherapy & Counselling at Regents University

  • Certificate at Creative Counsellors in Ecotherapy & Walk & Talk Counselling

  • BA at University of Leeds (Art and Design)


Constance's profile can also be found on:

  • Counselling Directory

  • BACP Listing

  • Psychology Today 

  • Augmentive

Constance: About Me

Practice Location

South London Tooting

Constance lives in SW17 Tooting. Her nearest tube is Tooting Broadway (Northern Line). Balham is a 20-minute walk and one tube stop away.  Fast bus routes connect Constance to Streatham, Wimbledon and Wandsworth

Constance: Welcome
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