Welcome to the Box Tree Clinic. We are a team of private, highly experienced and qualified psychotherapists, counsellors, psychologists, and coaches in Central London.
We specialise in short and long-term psychotherapy and counselling including cognitive behavioural, psychodynamic, and humanistic therapy for many issues, from day-to-day worries to psychological conditions and disorders, including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, trauma, and more.
We offer practitioners the ability to book online through our website. You can setup an account with us and list your services on our website for your clients to book online. When the client pays the money is put into your account. You are able to schedule both automatic and manual payments through Stripe and/or to your bank account. We also offer the facility to integrate your booking software into your profile page.
This is done through your own eCommerce dashboard in the secure area of our the Box Tree Clinic website. You can access the secure area by creating a practitioner account with us. We offer two types of membership. Clinic membership is for practitioners who practice at our Harley Street clinic. Community membership is for practitioners who practice at other locations that are local to them.
How It Works.
The different terms seem confusing, but they all refer to the process of meeting with a trained professional to help you improve your mental health. We will connect you with the right expert who is most suited to help.
A Chartered Psychologist has similar training to a psychotherapist, but also holds a degree in Psychology. This degree has to be at least the equivalent of a doctoral degree. Psychologists have extensive knowledge of psychopathology and diagnosis and have completed original research.
A Psychotherapist is also trained in counselling skills and theory, but generally works in greater depth than counsellors and coaches. Psychotherapy is therefore medium to long-term, often lasting for more than a year.
A Counsellor has training in counselling theory and skills, and usually conducts short to medium-term work, often lasting between six and twenty sessions. Counsellors provide help with immediate problems as well as provide coping skills with everyday issues.
A Psychiatrist is a medically-trained professional who offers diagnostic assessment and a treatment plan which may include medication and/or a referral for therapy. Psychiatrists are not typically trained to do counselling and psychotherapy.