Psychotherapist Nicholas Rose

Nicholas Rose


Nicholas Rose is a psychotherapist registered with the UKCP working with adults both individually and their relationships; offering personal therapy both Online and In Person. Since starting in private practice in 2008, his patients have brought concerns such as anxiety, panic attacks, unhappiness, loneliness, disappointment, depression, compulsive behaviours, sex and relationship issues, bipolar and anxiety disorders, neurodiversity, dyslexia and ADHD. 

Nicholas has worked with relationships, including gender, sexuality and relationship diversity (GSRD), where concerns have included infidelity, sexual concerns, fertility, parenting, violence and abuse, compulsivity, communication problems, separation, divorce, depression, mediation and loss. Nicholas is also the author of Better Together, a book about relationships based on his work as a relationship therapist.

For relationships, Nicholas also offers intensive therapy where a set of sessions is delivered in a single day, this can be at the weekend. This option is helpful for relationships in crisis and where busy lifestyles mean that organising regular weekly sessions is difficult.

If you would like to book an appointment with Nicholas please call 020 8996 9551 or email

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Nicholas Can Help With;

  • Anxiety
  • Loss
  • Depression
  • Compulsive behaviours
  • Sex & relationship difficulties
  • ADHD
  • Abuse
Since 2009 his clinical supervisor has been the existential psychotherapist, psychologist, teacher and writer, Professor Ernesto Spinelli. He started to make counselling and psychotherapy his career in 2002 with his first six years of training and experience including working with major concerns such as psychosis and complex post traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD) with refugees and torture survivors. 

Nicholas is a Director of a practice of psychotherapists based in Chiswick, West London and divides his time between there and Cirencester. Away from private practice Nicholas is a Visiting Lecturer at Regents University in London and also works as a psychotherapist with refugees through the UK Resettlement Scheme (UKRS). He has contributed to a number of local and national publications including the Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, Metro, Chiswick Herald, Chiswick Calendar, Means Happy and made a number of appearances as a therapist on TV and radio including BBC, Times Radio, Sky News and My Naked Secret.

Nicholas qualified in London following a five-year postgraduate training that included the BACP registered training path in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of East London, followed by an advanced training in Existential Psychotherapy at Regents College to achieve registration with the UKCP. Nicholas has further trainings in  Psychosexual Therapy, Couples Therapy and specialist concerns of suicide, sexual abuse, PTSD, neuroscience and trauma, clinical assessments, psychiatric medications, mindfulness and focusing.

Prior to training as a psychotherapist Nicholas had a corporate career, spanning some fifteen years, this included experience of senior management positions with an emphasis on marketing and strategy within the retail, telecommunications, internet and not-for-profit sectors, both domestically and internationally. He has lived and worked abroad including periods spent in Italy, Switzerland and Ireland.

Nicholas says:

“You will be coming for therapy because something is wrong for you. If I am working with you as an individual we will together seek to establish what the 'wrong' is and therefore look for ways in which you might find a resolution. If you are bringing your relationship we will be meeting to establish what the 'wrong' is in your relationship dynamic so that you can move forward.”


Psychotherapy Session      £POA