Every one of us at some point in our lives experience challenges and emotional difficulties. These can make us feel anxious, distressed and overwhelmed. Sometimes we turn to those around us for support, yet this may not feel enough. However it may feel difficult to ask for help. This is when counselling/psychotherapy may help. Perhaps you feel embarrassed or ashamed, these are very natural feelings. I will endeavour to make this process as comfortable as possible.


My name is Charlotte Usher, I am a qualified counsellor/psychotherapist. I trained at the University of Hertfordshire for five years where I was awarded a Master of Arts Degree in Contemporary Therapeutic Counselling. I have also undertaken training in CBT, cognitive behavioural therapy and group analysis.

In addition to working in private practice, I also work for a local counselling service seeing clients and conducting clinical assessments. I have previously worked for Highgate Counselling Centre and Mind, a mental health organisation working with individuals and groups.


I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and abide by the BACP’s ethical framework for good practice in counselling and psychotherapy. The BACP is a professional organisation that represents counselling and psychotherapy in the UK.

I am a member of the Association for Infant Mental Health and the Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in North London.


I am strongly committed to continuing professional development. I attend regular courses, seminars and events in order to stay up to date with current practices, research and theories.