Our new psychotherapy clinic offers free, long-term talking therapies to people who are in need of help with a broad range of mental health difficulties.

Our clinic now includes the Psychosis Therapy Project: a specialist talking therapy service for people who experience psychosis.
Our General Psychotherapy service is designed for clients who experience moderate-to-severe anxiety, depression and other mental health difficulties. 

In both services, priority is given to people who are earning less than £15,000 per year, and to people who are in receipt of benefits.

Psychotherapy For All is generously funded by the Big Lottery’s Reaching Communities Fund.

Read on to learn more about our General Psychotherapy Service and the Psychosis Therapy Project.


Psychosis Therapy Project

The Psychosis Therapy Project offers treatment for people experiencing psychosis, with a team of psychoanalytically trained practitioners. The service is committed to strategies of stabilisation and the management of persistent symptoms.

The therapeutic work we offer is long-term (up to one year), giving clients time and space to articulate distressing experiences and cultivate robust and enduring solutions.

When are Psychosis Therapy sessions held?

The South London branch of the Psychosis Therapy Project operates within the ‘Psychotherapy for All’ Clinic at Lambeth & Southwark Mind, 4th floor, 336 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AA. Daytime and evening sessions are available throughout the week. Evening sessions are held at the Mosaic Clubhouse, 65 Effra Road, London SW2 1BZ.

Who is this service available to?

The service is available to Lambeth and Southwark residents aged 18 and over  who are experiencing symptoms of psychosis.

How can I access the Psychosis Therapy Service?

We welcome self-referrals and referrals from mental health professionals in the Lambeth and Southwark area. If you would like to refer yourself or someone else for psychotherapy, please email the Project Manager, Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz or call 020 7501 9203 (Mondays and Fridays).


General Psychotherapy service

Our General Psychotherapy service offers individuals access to long-term therapeutic support for moderate-to-severe mental health difficulties, such as anxiety and depression.

We have an inclusive ethos within our service. This means we’re accepting of people who may be experiencing a variety of complex and/or long-term mental health difficulties. We put emphasis on thinking about you as a unique individual and your specific circumstances. 

When are General Psychotherapy sessions held?

Psychotherapy sessions run throughout the day-time from Monday to Thursday, excluding bank holidays.

Who is this service available to?

The service is available to Lambeth and Southwark residents aged 18 and over who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health.

How can I access the General Psychotherapy service?

You can apply through self-referral or you can request to be referred by your GP. To make a referral, please contact Joan Kennedy on 020 7501 9203 (ext. 1) or by email.

Is psychotherapy right for me?

Find out about the peer support groups we run.