Established in 1969, WPF Therapy is a professional organisation that promotes psychological well-being. Both through the maintenance of relevant and respected accredited training courses and the provision of high quality therapy.
The teaching staff are comprised of counsellors, analysts and therapists who have excelled in their area of therapy and the majority of them also have their own private practices and work in other professional organisations. Consequently they are well aware of the qualities, skills and knowledge needed to survive and thrive in the world of work and have a passion for passing on their knowledge.
WPF Therapy re-located in the heart of the City of London as part of our mission to be even more accessible. We are unique in having a Clinical Service and training facility under the same roof. This means that placements for trainees who are undertaking relevant training can be provided and closely supervised.
What's on offer
WPF Therapy is now in its own purpose built building which incorporates, alongside seminar and group rooms, a library, disabled access between floors and numerous consulting rooms. We are open from 8.00am to 9.00pm on Monday to Friday and 9.00am to 5.00pm on Saturday as part of our commitment to providing training and counselling access to those who work full-time.
WPF Therapy is a five minute walk from London Bridge underground and rail service, plus numerous buses pass nearby.
Contact us to book a place on a future Open Evening.
During these evenings you can find out what happens on our courses, how they are run, when they take place, what they can lead to. All evenings will include some interactive exercises and an opportunity to put questions to people who teach on the courses.
Adam - Postgraduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Theory and Practice
While Adam found his work as a graphic designer in broadcast media interesting, reflecting his fascination with people, he increasingly felt he wanted something more. His own experiences of seeing a counsellor made him realise the value of the work and set him thinking about it as a career.
"One of the attractions of WPF Therapy was the emphasis on counselling experience. The more I looked into it the more people I came across who mentioned the reputation and quality of WPF’s courses. I chose to train in the psychodynamic model because it made sense to me to look at the whole person and take into account what had happened to them from the start of their journey to their present day difficulties. Whilst at first it was daunting to go back into education, the staff showed they were familiar with what adult learners might encounter and my fellow students, though all very different, have one thing in common, a desire to understand and help other people."