London City Therapy Clinic


  • BACP and UKCP Registered
  • Foundation, Counselling and Psychotherapy, Regents College
  • MSc, Journalism, Columbia University (Health and Wellness)
  • PGDip, Integrative Psychotherapy, Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy

About Jennifer

Integrative Psychotherapist

Jennifer is a BACP and UKCP registered psychotherapist offering in-person sessions. She is LGBTQIA+ friendly, kink-aware, neurodivergent-aware and welcomes clients from all communities.

She is American by birth and a Londoner for more than two decades, and values an open, direct approach underpinned by genuine warmth and care. She has lived in several countries and recognises the difficulties that can arise when integrating into new spaces and places.

Before training as a therapist, she worked in media, events, and entrepreneurship, and understands the challenges inherent in working in fast-paced and stressful environments.

Her post-graduate training and academic degrees are in counselling and psychotherapy and her approach draws primarily on psychodynamic, humanistic, psychodynamic, existential, and transpersonal approaches.

Some of Jennifer's client's concerns include anxiety and depression, stress and burnout, grief and bereavement, relationship issues, and low self-worth and self-confidence. She also works with trauma and suicidal ideation

She is particularly interested in life stages and transitions, such as career change, divorce and relationship endings, midlife, retirement, and the search for purpose and meaning.

Jennifer works creatively and collaboratively with her clients, walking alongside them for a period to help them untangle and make sense of their inner world so they can live in a more resilient, empowered, and fulfilling way.

Alongside talking therapy, and depending upon each client's unique situation, she may utilise creative modalities, including mindfulness, breathwork, visualisation, imagery, archetypes, dream exploration, journaling, and art materials.

By bypassing the ‘rational’ mind, these creative practices can often unlock and powerfully shift things in ways that talk therapy alone cannot.