Lottie Boswell

Lottie Boswell

Registered Member MBACP

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Therapist - London

London EC4A
Sessions from £100.00


  • Flexible hours available
  • Concessionary rates


I am currently accepting new clients both in person and online.

About me and my therapy practice

I am an integrative therapist - this simply means that I trained in a variety of different therapeutic approaches. The benefit of being an integrative therapist is that I can be adaptable and flexible in terms of what each individual client needs.

My way of working is underpinned by developmental and attachment thinking which take into consideration how our early years and relationships may be influencing us and playing out in the present. I work in a relational way which means that I’ll be curious about what relationships are like for you broadly, as well as valuing the importance of the relationship we are able to build in therapy together.

My approach is trauma informed and as such I seek to create a safe, transparent and trusting space. Closely linked to this is an integration of body psychotherapy which is essential in helping regulate our nervous systems. 

I approach all client work with empathy; this means I will seek to understand you and your experiences without judgement. I find compassion and curiosity to also be key tools, but primarily I seek to establish trust with my clients, as the success of the therapeutic outcome is based on the quality of the relationship between client and therapist.

Qualifications, Training and Background:

I am a fully qualified Integrative Therapist, MBACP.

I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

I hold a Diploma in Integrative Counselling from the Minster Centre - a UKCP registered training institute for Integrative therapy.

I adhere to the BACP ethical guidelines and standards which includes ongoing supervision and continued professional development.

I undertake regular further training to support my practice.

As well as my work in private practice, I have also worked at a low-cost therapy charity in London as well as within an NHS counselling service. 

Practice description


Do you notice yourself overthinking your interactions with friends and family? Worrying and catastrophising about the future? Or ruminating on how people perceive you at work? Anxiety can often creep in and it can be really challenging to both experience and to know what to do with it. If anxiety is something that you experience then therapy can really help with looking at what might be triggering it, as well as exploring techniques to help soothe and manage the symptoms.

Relationships: friends, family, partners

As well as being a source of contentment and joy, any type of relationship can also be a source of challenge and difficulty. Whether you are navigating conflict with your partner, feeling insecure within a friendship, or perhaps navigating a complicated relationship within your family - therapy can be transformative in helping to explore and ease these issues. 

Work and career:

Sometimes the workplace can bring all sorts of issues to the fore; a difficult colleague, an ongoing sense of pressure and stress, periods of overwhelm and burn out, or feeling dissatisfied and unmotivated with the place you’re in. Work issues can often be a motivation for starting therapy which can help untangle some of the difficulties that can emerge at work.

Childhood issues:

There can often be an ambivalence about reflecting on our childhoods, sometimes there is a worry about ‘dragging something back up’ from the past or upsetting people within the family, or maybe a question about ‘does it actually matter?’ The early experiences we have within our families are formative and can set up our patterns of relating to others which can often influence us presently in ways we aren’t even consciously aware of. One of the aims of therapy is to bring the unconscious into our conscious awareness which may help with identifying unhelpful repeating patterns and give us some more choice over how we behave. 

My first session

You may have had therapy previously, or may have no idea how to begin the process. The best way to reach me is via email - then if you would like to then I offer an initial free 15 minute phone consultation where you can let me know what’s bringing you to therapy, ask any questions you might have about the process and how I work, as well as a chance for us to go over practicalities (fees, scheduling sessions, availability etc).

Yoou can book in for an assessment session (50 minutes) and we’ll go from there.


In person - I see clients at City Therapy Rooms (33 Furnival Street London EC4A 1JQ). Easily accessible via Chancery Lane, Holborn, Farringdon, City Thames Link or Temple.

Online - I see clients via Zoom and have been working online since 2020 which is a great way of making therapy accessible for clients who may need the flexibility that remote sessions can offer.

What I can help with

Abuse, Anger management, Anxiety, Bereavement, Child related issues, Chronic fatigue syndrome / ME, Cultural issues, Depression, Disability, Eating disorders, Health related issues, Identity issues, Infertility, Loss, Men's issues, Obsessions, OCD, Post-traumatic stress, Redundancy, Relationships, Self esteem, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Stress, Trauma, Women's issues, Work related issues

Types of therapy

Brief therapy, Humanistic, Integrative, Person centred, Psychodynamic, Relational

Clients I work with

Adults, Older adults, Young people

How I deliver therapy

Long-term face-to-face work, Online therapy, Short-term face-to-face work, Time-limited

Languages spoken