Who are Vivamus Psychologists and how can we help you?

We are a team of highly skilled psychologists who provide support and help to our clients in a variety of ways.  In the United Kingdom we have premises in London, Brighton and Jersey – and we also have offices in the Netherlands – so our reach is wide.

Life does not always treat us as we would wish, and indeed sometimes it is a real struggle.  This can lead to stress, depression, anxiety, anger, relationship difficulties, and many other problems.

Our Psychology Services Include:

Experience tells us that discussing these problems with counselling experts can help enormously, and guide people towards happier and more fulfilled lives, whatever the problem.  This is following our philosophy of:

While we live, let us live.

We’re not overly concerned about how to label what we do – whether we refer to it as counselling, or therapy, or perhaps psychotherapy – ultimately it’s simply about helping.  By listening.  By empathising.  By understanding.  And by guiding people who are struggling to reach a better and safer state of mind.

Our team of clinical and counselling psychologists at Vivamus comes from a range of backgrounds – the N.H.S., the private sector, and voluntary organisations – and we have a broad spectrum of experience in helping people deal with a very wide range of difficulties.  However difficult the problem is, help is at hand.

Our counselling services can help:

  • individuals
  • couples
  • families
  • and even organisations

Find out more on the range of difficulties that we deal with.

Difficulties We Deal With

If you would like further information, to discuss anything that you’ve read on this page, or would like to arrange a consultation,

please call us on 07797 952 950 or 07900 285 561

or email us at info@vivamuspsychologists.co.uk

Your complete confidentiality will of course be respected at all times.

All Vivamus Psychologists are registered with the Health Care and Professions Council and hold a practising certificate through the British Psychological Society and are bound by the society’s code of conduct and ethical principles.