ACT & Mindfulness-based Therapy in Central London
We are a professional partnership of therapists and counsellors in London providing one-to-one Acceptance & Commitment and mindfulness-based therapy to help people find a way forward through issues of depression, anxiety and stress, along with many other emotional difficulties.
Mindfulness is not a process of cognition, but rather one of awareness: it encourages us to experience each moment as it happens, rather than becoming tangled in a flurry of thoughts and anxieties. Popularly associated with stress reduction, calm and stillness, there’s now also clear evidence that mindfulness practice also improves memory, and enhances awareness, empathy and compassion.
- A partnership of mindfulness therapists and counsellors based in central London
- A positive psychological approach to ACT and mindfulness-based therapy
- All House therapists are registered with the Health & Care Professions Council
- A deeply held belief that positive change is possible for all our clients
Mindfulness, though it draws influence from ancient Buddhist tradition, is fast becoming an essential part of a range of non-religious psychological therapies and helping people with a wide variety of physical and emotional concerns. Read...
Acceptance & Commitment
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, or ACT, is a cognitive behavioural model of psychotherapy which shuns the classic Western psychiatric concept of 'disorder' in favour of a view of the normal human mind tending towards destructive cognitive and emotional processes. Read...
Mindfulness & the brain
It's popularly associated with peacefulness, calm, and stress reduction. But there's clear evidence that meditation also improves memory, increases awareness, empathy and compassion. These changes are revealed on brain scans. Read...
Mindfulness for relationships
Mindfulness encourages us to be in tune with ourselves, our thoughts and our feelings, but it is far from a selfish discipline. If we extend this mindful awareness to the experience of others, it can have positive consequences for our personal relationships and wider communities. Read...