133 Burnt Ash Lane
Bromley BR1 5GD
Tel: 07712 011180
Talk - Discuss your concerns in complete confidentiality
Think - Process events which have occurred
Act - Calmly, assertively and with direction
Call for a chat or send me an email to book an introductory appointment. If you don't reach me straight away do leave your number, I may be counselling at the time when you ring but will call you back as soon as I can.
It is usually possible to secure an appointment within the week, sometimes even on the same day. Do remember to say when you are free to come when you leave a message!
Burnt Ash Lane, Bromley BR1 5GD
09:30 – 20:30
Rotunda Court is on Burnt Ash Lane, midway between Grove Park and Sundridge Park, on the site of the old Hungry Horse pub. It is the cream building almost opposite Toyota Jemca, two buildings away from Lidl. Please note that Rotunda Court is the name of the building and rather than a street name, I am in number 34 which is on the top (4th) floor. There is a lift, if you have fear of lifts or heights (you can see down into the central courtyard from the 4th floor), use the staircase at the rear of the building rather than the one next to the lift.
Bus routes 126 and 261 stop right outside on the corner, the stop is called New Street Hill.
There is free parking in Milk Street (opposite Lidl and across the road from Rotunda Court), and there is also limited parking behind the Lidl store. You access this via the far end of the shops, turning right again and coming back on yourself. Parking on front of the shops is on a metered basis.
I am on the 4th (top) floor, and there is a lift. Full details will be sent when booking. If you have a fear of heights, call and speak to me before you visit.
There is disabled access to the side of Rotunda Court, and also several disabled parking bays in front of the building between Rotunda Court and the shops. If you have severe mobility issues I may be able to arrange for a parking permit in the Rotunda Court car park, given notice, and we can consider continuing our sessions via Skype if you prefer. There is a lift to the 4th floor, and the doors in my building are suitably wide for wheelchairs.
In some circumstances I might be able to consider local home visits for disabled or highly anxious clients, please call to discuss first. The likelihood here is that therapy may need to continue via Skype.
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