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Stacey Hart DIP MBACP

We all have a story to tell and at times we can feel overwhelmed.  I have over 20 years' experience as a private therapist in London, of supporting those who are experiencing difficulties in their mental health.  You might feel isolated, depressed or living with anxiety, going through a bereavement or struggling with relationships.

Asking for help can be daunting and quite a leap of faith. I can offer a safe environment to explore your thoughts and feelings, holding the hope for a brighter and better future. 

As an integrative private therapist in London, I draw upon many different therapeutic approaches to help you understand your feelings and emotions working entirely at your own pace.  I have worked extensively with bereavement, loss, divorce, depression and anxiety.  I adapt to the needs of my clients and work with underlying tensions, events and issues that you are currently experiencing. 

I have been in this profession for nearly 25 years working with clients aged 13 to 84. Very often life comes with challenges and changes that come alongside.  My practise is centred around you, I adapt my way of working to suit your needs to ensure you feel supported and understood.

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My services begin with a free 15-minute session! Schedule yours today by calling me on:

 07811 745163


How my counselling service works

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Initial consultation:

Our meeting will be an opportunity for us to experience what it will be like to collaborate together. My style as a private therapist in London is integrative, and I take a holistic approach or whole-person approach, and will help you achieve your manageable goals.

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Therapy sessions:

Each therapy session lasts around 50 minutes, and shall be a safe space for you to explore your thoughts and feelings, and enter dialogue to talk about any issues that are troubling you

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A path towards wellbeing:

Short-term therapy, which typically comprises 12 sessions, is usually sufficient to deal with many issues, and help you discover your potential for a healthier, happier life. Some people are better served by ongoing therapy, which can last as long as you need.


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My approach to therapy and counselling

I feel that my clients can make a change by constructing solutions rather than focusing on their problems. The benefits are huge as change will be certain and constant, with emphasis on what is changeable and possible.

I believe that we all have the resources and strengths to make positive changes in our lives.

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My Counselling Work






Counselling sessions - face-to-face or online

My face-to-face therapy session takes place at the Mill Hill Therapy Hub, 27 Hale Drive, London, NW7 3EL.

I also conduct remote counselling sessions via Zoom or FaceTime for busy clients or those based further afield, depending on your preference. As a private therapist in London and an expert in parenting children with mental health difficulties, I am here to listen to your problems, and then enable you to build towards future solutions.

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Young Person Counselling

Young person's issues for those from 18 -30 who have concerns about, development, career changes, higher education, family difference, loss, depression and anxiety.  Many mental health conditions can emerge in late teens and in your 20's complicating already a difficult period of life.

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In the media

I am often asked for my expertise on television and in the press, on subjects such as bereavement, loss, divorce and parenting children with mental health difficulties. I'm also a consultant for DK Books, recently collaborating with Tom Tinn-Disbury on Lost in the Clouds, a children's book on bereavement. 

If you wish to contact me for any comments or consultative work you can email me on

Press Appearances


Lost in the Clouds book by Tom Tinn-Disbury



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