50 min
Tim Reynolds 

Psychodynamic Psychotherapist and Counsellor



Psychodynamic Psychotherapist and Counsellor in Central London. Talking things through can lead to change, new perspectives on your situation, increased sense of personal choice and a richer connection with yourself and others.


Motivated by a curiosity about people and helping them to feel understood, enabling their capacity to develop. Believing each of us has a healer within, guiding us towards deeper more emotionally fulfilling relationships. I am interested in your concerns, important or troubling, which you want to bring to your sessions; reflections on yourself and current life, your thoughts, feelings and dreams, your earliest relationship patterns and memories of childhood.

As a Jungian influenced Psychotherapist, my approach acknowledges that unconscious feelings or emotions, often arising from events, relationships and experiences in our early lives, can be the root causes of current emotional problems or distress.

I have an MSc in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Counselling from Birkbeck College, University of London. As a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP), I am bound by their ethics and standards. I have professional indemnity insurance. I participate regularly in professional development ensuring that my practice affords the best informed care.

As part of my practice I work within the NHS and the Voluntary sector, and have experience of forensic, LGBT+ and drug and alcohol work. In a safe and confidential space you can talk in depth and we can explore whatever is troubling you, making sense of your distress. Psychotherapy can be challenging, requiring commitment to work through difficult feelings. It can be enormously rewarding and enriching as you come to self-understanding.


MSc in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Counselling




Alcohol & drugs, bereavement, trauma, relationships, self-esteem, abuse, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, stress and minority stress


Family issues

Work issues

Relationships issues