Psychotherapy & Counselling


in central London and online.

Kate Le Versha is a qualified psychodynamic therapist, offering psychotherapy in central London, or remotely.

Whether you’re at a crisis point, a crossroads, or curious, I can help create the space for you to make sense of difficult experiences, thoughts and feelings. To find meaning, hope and a way through.

Getting started in therapy can be daunting. Send me an email or click the button below to arrange a free 10-20 minute phone call to begin the conversation.

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How I work


Psychodynamic therapy

Working psychodynamically means I am able to offer you an open space to explore whatever might be on your mind. An opportunity to find hope, to make sense of difficult experiences, painful thoughts and feelings, and to transform the way you might understand yourself, others and our world.

My psychotherapeutic approach is informed by psychoanalytic theory and practice, which means we can think about:

  • How past experiences have an impact on your present.
  • Relationship dynamics – how you interact with and see yourself, others and the world around you.
  • Unconscious processes – from your dreams at day time and night, to all thoughts, feelings and experiences, giving greater insight into your mind and choice in your life.

Psychotherapy or Counselling

Psychotherapy is an opportunity to explore in great depth, and over a longer period of time together. We work in an open-ended way, meaning we come to a joint decision about when it would be best to end, as part of your therapy.

With counselling, we can focus on a particular concern and decide together how many sessions would be most suitable to explore this.

With both psychotherapy and counselling, we would jointly agree on what would be the best focus for our work together. This might change over time.

Sessions last 50 minutes, and are at a dedicated time each week, which is held only for you.


In-person or remote therapy

In-person psychotherapy and counselling sessions take place in central London, in a therapy room in Farringdon and The City, or in Wimpole Street, Marylebone. Both are in buildings dedicated to talking therapies. This offers you a confidential space to come to each week.

Remote therapy can take place online with video sessions using Zoom, or over the phone. Remote therapy offers convenience and greater access to therapy. You must ensure you have a secure and private space.


Fee and locations

All psychotherapy and counselling sessions are £95 each.

Therapy rooms are located in central London at:

1 Snow Hill Court, London EC1A 2EJ 
Tucked behind Holy Sepulchre Church, opposite City Thameslink, a 6-minute walk to Farringdon station and the Elizabeth line. Within easy reach of St Pauls and Clerkenwell, with access to Kings Cross, Kentish Town, St Albans, Herne Hill and West Hampstead on the Thameslink; Liverpool Street, Paddington and Canary Wharf on the Elizabeth Line.

85 Wimpole Street London W1G 9RJ
Close to Wigmore Hall, within 5 minutes of Bond Street and Oxford Circus tube stations in central London.

Remote therapy sessions take place using Zoom or over the phone.

Click here to find out about current availability for therapy in central London and online.

About Kate


I’m a qualified psychodynamic therapist, holding a Master’s in Psychodynamic Practice from the University of Oxford, a rigorous four-year training programme. I am registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and a member of the International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (IARPP).

I have worked for a number of years as a psychotherapist in the NHS, and for charities in central London, with clients from diverse cultural backgrounds. I aim to offer an inclusive and safe space for all, and have worked with a range of different issues, including anxiety and depression, trauma and abuse, bereavement and loss, suicidal thoughts and feelings, alcohol and drug use, self-esteem and confidence, relationship issues and important life transitions.

I worked in the Arts before undertaking clinical training. I’m passionate about creativity, and exploring how the arts and psychodynamic therapy might inform one another.

Qualifcations & experience

Getting started


Free introductory call

Getting started in therapy can be a daunting experience. Get in touch to arrange a free 10-20 minute phone call with me, so I can start to understand what you might need, and you can ask me any questions you might have.

Send me an email to arrange a time for a call, or click here to book.


Initial consultation

If we both feel that working together would be helpful for you to explore, we would arrange a time for an initial consultation.

This is one, or more, 50-minute sessions, where you have the opportunity to see what it would be like to work with me, and I can begin to understand what brings you to therapy, and what our focus might be.

There is no obligation to continue in therapy after the consultation. Some like to book a consultation as a stand-alone piece of work.

If you would like to continue together in therapy, we would agree on how it would work best, and I will share a Therapy Agreement with you in order to start the work.


Current availability

Sessions are available Monday – Friday.

Some in-person sessions for psychotherapy in central London are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Remote therapy sessions are available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Click here to find out about current availability for psychotherapy in central London or online. Please book an introductory call or get in touch to let me know the location or type of therapy session you are interested in, and I can begin to think about potential availability for you.


Questions or concerns

Please email me, and I will aim to respond to you within one day of opening the email.