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Harley Street & City Counselling

Harley Street & City Counselling is a professional private practice that adheres to the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) guidelines and code of ethics. All the therapists within the association are Accredited and Registered by the BACP, extensively trained and have many years’ experience working with people affected by all kinds of emotional and psychological issues.

The practice was created in 2012 by Chris Stavri in Harley Street and, since then, has extended the counselling service to meeting rooms within the city of London, to counsel clients at their convenience.

Our core aim is to provide clients with a safe space where they can explore their worries without feeling pressured or judged, and to help them understand and resolve the issues that are affecting them as quick as possible.


Chris Stavri

Chris Stavri is the senior psychotherapist and supervisor of the organisation.

He has worked in a GP’s practice for the NHS with clients affected by all kinds of emotional issues, and has extensive training and many years of experience working with people seeking help for problems such as low self-esteem, anxiety, panic attacks, stress, depression, relationship issues, grief, and all types of painful feelings.

He has a huge interest in understanding human emotions, behaviour and relationships, and continues to study these factors, in order to deliver an enhanced counselling service and to offer new psychological knowledge to the field of psychology. He also has a special interest in spirituality and uses some of this knowledge base in his work. He also offers clients meditation to improve well-being, overcome anxiety, panic-attack, to lessen stress, and to enhance confidence.

He is the author of the self-help book called Know You Can Change: A Path to Psychological and Spiritual Development. In this book, he outlines some of the most significant elements that cause people to suffer and gives a general guidance to overcome them. Although in contents it is richly informative, he advises that it should not be used alone for psychological progression.