Multilingual Support

All our Private Psychologists and Psychotherapists have the added advantage of proficiency in at least one language other than English. Bespoke therapy designed around your needs and expectations.

Experience & Qualifications

Registered with the leading legal bodies, our Private Psychologists and Psychotherapists combine many years of experience working internationally with extensive training to improve your quality of life.

Flexible Timing

Book online, on the phone, text or email. Our mission is to make your experience of therapy as easy and flexible as possible. Our 24/7 support team is available to assist you when you need us most.

Our Services

Adult Therapy

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Child Therapy

couples therapy

Couples Therapy

Family Therapy

Family Therapy

Group Therapy

Group Therapy

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Teen Therapy

Adult Therapy

child psychologist

Child Therapy

couples therapy

Couples Therapy

Family Therapy

Family Therapy

Group Therapy

Group Therapy

adolescent counselling teen therapy

Teen Therapy

Issues We Help With

Bipolar Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder

List of Issues A-Z

Bipolar Disorder

Personality Disorders

List of Issues A-Z

How It Works

STEP 1

Read our FAQs Page, complete our FREE Screening Tools and Contact Us to book an appointment

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STEP 2

Meet your Therapist, set your goals & complete treatment (we suggest a minimum of 6 appointments to see benefits)

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STEP 3

Now you are the person you desired to be. Feel much better about yourself, other people & the world and start living the life you love!

How It Works

STEP 1

Read our FAQs Page, complete our FREE Screening Tools and Contact Us to book an appointment

STEP 2

Meet your Therapist, set your goals & complete treatment (we suggest a minimum of 6 appointments to see benefits)

STEP 3

Now you are the person you desired to be. Feel much better about yourself, other people & the world and start living the life you love!

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Testimonials

Chloe - Journalist

"I was going through a difficult phase with my husband. We had stopped talking to each other. Entering counselling has been one of the best choices I made in recent years."     

Rome, 2015

John - Accountant

"I have suffered from anxiety since my teenage years. CBT has changed my life. I have learnt how to face my fears. I feel much better at managing and controlling my feelings."

London, 2016

Mark - HR Director

"Life brought me unexpected challenges and felt like I had lost myself. I experienced Martina to be approachable and compassionate from our first meeting. She helped me a great deal."

London, 2017

Louise - English Teacher

"Before entering therapy I had never thought about the impact of previous life experiences on my present self. I have learnt to embrace change and feel better about being away from home."

Rome, 2016

Zac - Public Affairs Intern

"Therapy helped me to get my confidence and self-esteem back. I am so grateful for all the help I received. I would definitely recommend the International Psychology Clinic to all Rome expats."

Rome, 2018

Why Us?

Customer Service

We offer free support 24/7, same-day appointments Monday to Sunday and pre-bookable appointments which may be booked up to six weeks in advance

Quality Standards

All our Senior Practitioners have a minimum of 5 years post-qualification experience, hold relevant DBS checks and carry all necessary professional insurance

Professionalism

If you are not satisfied with your first therapy appointment, we will offer and arrange for a second consultation with another therapist free of charge

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