Therapy for How We Live Today

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Why ES Therapy Centre?



Our dedicated team of professional psychotherapists are highly qualified, and experienced.



To best accommodate your busy schedule, we provide both remote and in-person sessions.



Support is tailored to your unique needs, ensuring a client-centred approach

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Mon – Fri: 9am – 7pm
Saturday: 8am – 2pm

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  • We Can Help


Hello, I'm Esthefanea

I am the principal therapist at ES Therapy Centre. I am based in Southwark, London.
About Me

I offer a genuine, compassionate, and empathetic environment in which to safely explore difficulties or concerns. My approach to psychotherapy is integrative and relational. I work from the understanding that the relationship between the client and therapist can act as a catalyst for change. I will not usually advise, instead, I will create a non-judgemental space to talk through worries and find meaning.


It is my belief that each client is unique and this is reflected in the way I work. I draw upon different models to inform assessments and treatment approaches. I am trained in a range of therapeutic approaches, including Person-Centred, Psychodynamic, and Cognitive Behavioural models.

I offer a safe and inclusive environment to all clients regardless of age (18+), ethnicity, gender, sexuality or disability. I also offer therapy in Portuguese.


I’m an advanced-stage trainee Counselling Psychologist. I am an accredited member of the National Counselling Society (NCS) and a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS). I combine my academic expertise with the practical clinical experience I have obtained from working in the public and voluntary sectors.


What We Can Do Together



Counselling is a type of therapy that usually refers to brief interventions (4 weeks – 6 months).



Psychotherapy (also known as talk therapy) refers to medium to long-term interventions (6 months+).


Couples counselling

Couples therapy is a form of talking therapy designed to help resolve issues within an intimate relationship.


Reach Out and Talk to Us Today

What Is Remote Therapy?

Remote therapy works like traditional face-to-face therapy, just over the phone, Skype, FaceTime, Zoom, or other online communication tools. Its effectiveness is clearly documented, and its popularity continues to grow. It’s important to note that a good internet connection is vital for working online. If you are in crisis with your mental health, then online therapy won’t be the best fit for you. Please visit our FAQ for more information on where to turn if you need urgent mental health support.

Can I Use Remote Therapy From Anywhere?

Talking to a professional from anywhere is extremely convenient—but it is essential to set up in an environment free of interruptions. Choose a private space, ideally with a closed door, to prevent conversations from being heard and avoid interruptions.

What Is The Difference Between Counselling and Psychotherapy?

Counselling and Psychotherapy are often considered to be interchangeable and overlap in a number of ways—the main differences between the two centres around the length of time and depth of work. Counselling usually refers to brief interventions (4 weeks – 6 months) that centre around specific issues such as grief, work-related stress, and ill health. Psychotherapy focuses on working with clients for a longer term (6 months+). It draws from insight into emotional problems and difficulties and focuses more on exploration. 

How Do I Choose a Therapist?

There are many factors to consider when choosing the right therapist, and finding the right fit is key. It is important that your therapist is someone with whom you will feel comfortable working. It is helpful to search and explore for some time in the beginning. Before meeting a potential therapist, visit their website and get a sense of their experience and qualifications. An initial phone consultation provides a great opportunity to ask questions to help you decide.

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