The Pink Practice was established in 1989 to provide LGBTQI+ informed counselling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples and families. All our practitioners are experienced, qualified therapists and are registered as psychotherapists with the UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy) and/ or registered as psychotherapists with AFT (Association for Family and Systemic Therapy) and/or as senior counsellors by the BACP (British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy).

  • Individual Counselling & Psychotherapy
  • Relationship Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Life coaching
  • Counselling & Psychotherapy Supervision


Our style is conversational. It is an explorative and respectful approach and can be usefully stretching at times. We are interested in your ideas about the nature of your struggles and what you have tried to improve things to date. We share our thoughts with you about what you tell us. We often ask questions to open up thinking about what is going on for you. We might make suggestions of things to try. Our theoretical orientation draws on relational, systemic, social constructionist and narrative therapy. This means that we are interested in how your “stories” affect your sense of yourself, the choices you make and your relationship patterns and possibilities.


We are currently offering online consultations only.

Our working hours are Monday - Friday 8am - 8pm. We can offer some appointments on Saturday mornings for couples. Appointments are arranged in advance.


Some people look for counselling when they want some private time to discuss and explore worries or areas of difficulty. This may include things like gender identity, relationship difficulties and choices, family relationships, depression, anxiety, sexual behaviours, abuse, health issues, loss, confusion or other life challenges.


All our practitioners follow ethical guidelines approved by either the UKCP, AFT or BACP. All practitioners have regular supervision and maintain an active interest and participation in the current discourse about sexuality, sexual orientation, gender, counselling and psychotherapy. We offer a confidential service except where we may need to share information with other organisations if we hear of or suspect risk of serious harm to someone.


Appointments are usually made at a frequency to suit you. Most people find a gap between sessions of 2, 3 or 4 weeks helpful. This is something to discuss with your counsellor or therapist.

There is a sliding fee scale. We ask you to decide if your income compares as low, average or high compared to other people’s income in your city or local town and pay accordingly on the scale. With couples, we ask you to compare your joint income to other joint incomes in your city or local town. Fees are per hour.

Fees are per hour.

Individual Therapy 90 - 160 GBP per hour
Relationship Therapy 120 - 250 GBP per hour
Family Therapy 120 - 250 GBP per hour

Payment for appointments is made at least 24 hours before appointments by bank transfer (BACS).


If you need to change or cancel an appointment we require 48 hours notice. If you give us more than 48 hours notice there is no charge. If you give us less than 48 hours notice we charge the fee you would have been paying whatever the reason for the cancellation.


We currently only offer online consultations.

We are open Monday - Friday 8am - 8pm. We can offer some appointments on Saturday mornings for couples.


Email us or ring during work hours to ask any questions or to book an appointment. We will ask what you want from therapy to check we can offer what you’re looking for.

*** Monday - Friday 9am - 8pm ***

020 7060 4000