Jenny Dew

Jenny Dew - Harley Street Therapist and Counsellor

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Jenny Dew

0044 (0)7768 950 700


Clinical Practices also at:

30 Weymouth Street
London W1G 7BS

Jenny Dew

Feeling down? Depressed or sad? Need help for problems? Start rebuilding your life now

Located in London, with Counselling and Psychotherapy services available in Harley Street, Jenny Dew offers first class counselling and psychotherapy consultations.

Dealing with all issues affecting mental health and well being including addiction and compulsive behaviours, Therapist and Psychotherapist Jenny Dew has helped countless people to find the road to recovery.

Support and Counselling - Helping you with problems

Jenny offers confidential emotional support and she works with you to help you rebuild your life, and develop healthy and positive strategies. As you begin to cope with life again, your inner feeling of strength and well being will increase, so that this in turn will lead to a much happier life. Jenny helps you to discover the lost you, encouraging healing, recovery and moving forward in a much more positive way. Her clinical expertise covers many different issues affecting our day to day living. Don't let yourself be overwhelmed by life, but rather find someone who can help you.

Jenny Dew

Jenny Dew is a fully qualified Psychotherapist Accredited with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She is also a registered Counsellor/Psychotherapist with the United Kingdom Register of Independent Counsellors and Psychotherapists (UKRCP). She has worked as a therapist since 1998 where she first worked for a International Airline based in the UK as a counsellor in their 24 hr crisis counselling service.

Following this in 2006 Jenny Dew joined the internationally renowned Priory Roehampton Hospital in London. Since that time she has opened her own successful private practice in Harley Street Central London. Read more about Jenny on this page.

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