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One-to-one Counselling and Psychotherapy

One-to-one Counselling and Psychotherapy in London, Hampshire and Online

Help Me Stop provides one-to-one counselling and psychotherapy in London and online for a wide range of health and wellbeing needs including counselling for depression, anxiety, alcohol and drug problems, stress, relationship problems, bereavement/ loss, trauma, debt/ financial issues, addiction in the family, and more. 

You choose between face-to-face counselling in central London (Fitzrovia) or we can provide our counselling and psychotherapy services online. We offer a free clinical assessment. If we’re the right fit for you, then you can book your counselling and psychotherapy sessions at a regular time. Enquire in confidence by calling +44(0)208 191 9191 or fill out our contact form below. 

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One-to-one counselling and psychotherapy for a wide range of needs

Get in Touch

We are a team of specialist counsellors and psychotherapists, here to offer help and support to everyone who needs it.

Call +44(0)208 191 9191 or fill out our contact form below.

Meet our one-to-one counselling and psychotherapy team

With a wide range of specialisms and qualifications, our team provide a caring, confidential and effective service to our one-to-one counselling clients. We offer a free clinical assessment, which will help to identify the right therapist for your specific needs. 

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Moira Jobson BACP


Moira is a qualified therapist and registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She specialises in trauma, relationships, codependency and addiction in the family. She is also experienced at helping clients with stress and feeling overwhelmed, anxiety, fear and low self-esteem.

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Debbie Brown


Debbie is an integrative counsellor with over 10 years experience of helping clients understand and move past their obstacles and make positive changes in their lives. Debbie's specialisms include anxiety, depression, panic attacks, bereavement/ loss, trauma (including abuse in childhood), domestic violence, FGM, addiction in the family and more. She strongly believes that a person's history should not define who they are. Each person deserves every possible chance in life and is passionate about helping people create such chances and thrive as a result.

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Janet Waight BACP


Janet is an integrative psychotherapist. She utilises a range of therapeutic modalities according to the individual needs of the client; including person-centred, CBT, body-oriented and trauma focused interventions. Janet is passionate about the positive impact of Mindfulness based practices and tools in daily life. She is a certified Mindfulness facilitator.

Our locations: London and online

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Central London Counselling and Pyschotherapy

Our central London service is located near to Tottenham Court Road and Goodge Street tube stations, minutes from Oxford Street. 

Help Me Stop Counselling Service, Acton

West London Counselling and Psychotherapy

We’re in Acton, which is very accessible via the District and Piccadilly Line (Acton Town) or via the Overground (Acton Central). 

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Online Counselling and Psychotherapy

From the comfort of your home, private office space or chosen location, you can access our online counselling and psychotherapy services.

Our one-to-one counselling and psychotherapy clients say


My one-to-one sessions have given me resolve to succeed. Therapists I’d engaged previously generally told me what I wanted to hear. My therapist here was honest and straight with me. We reflected on aspects of my life: examining, debating, disagreeing, agreeing, laughing and setting short term goals for me to achieve. My one-to-ones became a real respite for me and forced me to set aside time to really focus on my health and the future.


My therapist has been truly amazing. He inspired and comforted me. He truly understood where I was coming from, my specific background. Many times, he reassured me that I did not have to feel alone. 


I worked well with my therapist. She helped me open up about things. She gave me space to talk about things that I clearly needed to face. She is both professional and caring.