PLEASE NOTE: Due to the current health situation, I am only taking on new clients to work online rather than face to face. I work in schools as well as with private clients. While I know that the schools and staff are taking a lot of actions to minimise risk I am aware I could become asymptomatic and therefore I am choosing to reduce my contacts outside of that setting. I do not want to risk exposing my private clients.

Hello, I’m Siobhan Toner, a qualified counsellor registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and  I have been working with clients since 2012. I offer you face-to-face counselling in 50 minute sessions near London Bridge on Borough High street SE1 and in Catford SE6. Alternatively we can work online using Zoom, VSEE or Skype at a time that suits us both because I can be more flexible with my slots.

I also provide counselling services and also mental health consultancy for small businesses.

You may have a specific issue I can help you with, or maybe something vague is niggling at you. Either way, I have a broad range of experience helping with many issues including

  • adverse childhood experiences
  • anger management
  • anxiety
  • attachment issues
  • bereavement
  • cancer
  • childhood emotional neglect
  • depression
  • domestic violence
  • emotional abuse
  • generalised anxiety disorder
  • loneliness
  • low self-esteem
  • panic disorder
  • recovery from abuse
  • self harm
  • stress
  • trauma
  • young people
  • or simply facing change that feels too hard to handle alone.

I am affiliated with MenCASA, an organisation support male victims of abuse and false allegations.

I am particularly focussed on survivors of sibling abuse which can take make forms, emotional, physical and sexual. This can be experienced not just as a child but also as an adult.

Therapy may help you understand the feelings that come from these life events. It can help you to begin to move past them to a happier, healthier you. Why not get in touch and we can talk through your needs.