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“The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are”.

Carl Jung

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I am Clinton Raminhos, BACP registered psychotherapeutic counsellor offering short-term, medium-term counselling and open-ended therapy to individuals and relationship counselling in Dalston, London and Epsom, Surrey, online and by phone.

Clinton Raminhos Counselling Psychotherapy Therapist Epsom London Soho Mayfair Couples Rel
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The therapeutic process

It can take a lot of energy to live with difficult thoughts, feelings and experiences. Talking with a therapist in a confidential and non-judgemental

setting can help you understand yourself better, become more fully yourself, feel at ease in your relationships and live a more fulfilling life.

The therapeutic relationship is central to the therapeutic process. Therefore, I work to create a space where you feel you can trust me to support you as we work through your experiences in a contained and thoughtful environment. 

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Inclusive practice

I have experience and enjoy working with individuals and couples from a range of ages, sexualities, backgrounds and cultures, faiths and relationship styles. It has been a privilege to be part of their therapeutic journeys.

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My accepting and supportive approach has been particularly supportive to clients looking for support with depression, self-esteem, internalised critical messages, shame and relationship problems.

​I have worked with clients with a wide range of issues:

  • anxiety and fear, generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) and panic; 

  • anger;

  • bereavement and grief; 

  • childhood trauma; 

  • cultural identity; 

  • coming out;

  • depression and low mood; 

  • difficulty relating to others; 

  • emotional challenges and stress faced by expatriates;

  • feeling different;

  • family conflict

  • gender or relationship identity and diversity;

  • impact of self-isolation;

  • internalised critical messages;

  • internalised homophobia;

  • lack of direction; 

  • lack of feelings or emotional numbness; 

  • loneliness; 

  • loss (e.g. job, relationship, routine); 

  • low energy; 

  • low self-esteem; 

  • consensual non-monogamy (individuals and couples);

  • performance anxiety; 

  • relationship challenges and breakdown (individuals and couples); 

  • sense of something not being quite right; 

  • sex and intimacy (individuals and couples); 

  • sexual orientation; 

  • shame and guilt; 

  • social anxiety; 

  • stress; 

  • the emotional impact of dyslexia, including diagnosis later in life.

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I offer face-to-face counselling to individuals and couples in two locations:


Dalston, London E8, with easy access to De Beauvoir Town, Stoke Newington, London Fields, Hoxton, Stamford Hill, Canonbury, Highbury, Angel and Islington, Hackney, Homerton, Stratford and the City


Epsom, Surrey KT18, within easy reach of Epsom Downs, Ewell West, Ewell East, Tadworth, Burgh Heath, Cheam, Ashtead, Tolworth, Leatherhead and Surbiton

I also offer online counselling via Zoom, and phone counselling.

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