News updates

My consulting rooms are situated in a peaceful tree-lined street on the borders of Barnes and Hammersmith and near to Fulham and Chiswick however for the duration of the pandemic, I am not seeing anyone face-to face.

The nearest public transport is Hammersmith tube station which is a short walk away across the historic Hammersmith Bridge. This beautiful suspension bridge is open to pedestrians and cyclists but currently closed to motor vehicles. This has created an oasis of calm in North Barnes that is conducive to quiet thought and self-reflection.

There are also frequent buses available from the following railway stations: Barnes (33 bus) or Barnes Bridge (209 bus).

If you come to see me, the chances are you will be crossing Hammersmith Bridge on foot or bicycle. Alternatively, you will be travelling through the traffic-free streets of Barnes by walking, cycling, bus or car. In either case, you may be interested in the status of Hammersmith Bridge and future plans for transport in London so I am including an update below.

020 8746 3905


My consulting rooms are located at
17 Riverview Gardens,
West London,
SW13 8QY

Riverview Gardens

Barnes Pond next to Barnes Green

Hammersmith - Lower Mall

Coronavirus update

I am not seeing anyone face-to-face for the duration of the pandemic. I can arrange sessions by telephone, Skype or FaceTime


.During the pandemic

Ensuring that you are able to contain anxiety will help your immune system to fight Corvid 19. There are some basic steps to take:

Get sufficient sleep

Get closer to nature
with a walk outdoors 

Keep Exercising and consider online streaming classes if you can't go out

Eat healthily

Maintain social contact through conversations with friends and family by video or telephone

Hammersmith Bridge update
Hammersmith Bridge is open to pedestrians and cyclists but has been closed to motor vehicles while essential work is carried out. The reason for the closure is that this Victorian bridge has become damaged by the weight of the traffic that it has been carrying; a loading for which it was not designed. It is safe for its current use for pedestrians and cyclists but if it is to carry any motor traffic in the future then substantial repairs will be needed. Following a compehensive structural survey, the first phase of works to repair the bridge has begun with the contract for the second phase to be awarded next Spring. The works are expected to take approximately three years. Read more here.

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