John-Henry Carter

BA, MSC, MSt (OXON), UKCP, BACP

Operating in both London and Oxford, John-Henry Carter is a psychodynamic psychotherapist that has more than made a name for himself. Not just through his work in the mental health field but also as a star rugby player at Oxford University.

Having seen first-hand the challenges his fellow teammates have faced during their education and career, John-Henry saw a need to make a change in the world. Which is why today he works with patients of all ages and from all walks of life and is a strong supporter of the LGBTQ community.

At the moment, he runs a private practice at The Discovery Therapy while also moonlighting as an associate psychotherapist at Cognacity.

Availability

John-Henry offers both in-person and socially distanced appointments, either via Skype or phone – or a combination of both.

He is registered with most major insurance companies and accepts private providers as well.

For inquiries about appointments or treatment plans, please email info@thediscoverytherapy.com or jhcarter@gmail.com, or call The Discovery Therapy directly at +44 (0) 7855 772849. More information is also available at www.thediscoverytherapy.com.

John-Henry’s Approach

John-Henry is happy to take on patients dealing with any psychological problem including addiction, eating disorders, family problems, and other mental health disorders. He works with individuals, couples, and/or groups.
In collaboration with The Cornwall Clinic, John-Henry is able to refer his clients to therapeutic retreats that can help a person to address any issues that are pulling them back from their full potential.

Career

John-Henry has a stellar resume, working with a number of rehab centres and charity organisations. Among others, he used to be a psychotherapist at Castle Craig Hospital, a private residential rehab in Scotland.

He is also a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy and the UK Council for Psychotherapy.

Education

In addition to playing rugby at the world-renowned University of Oxford, John-Henry studied psychodynamic psychotherapy there. At the moment, he is continuing his studies, working toward a PhD in psychoanalysis, philosophy, and psychotherapy.

Publications/Research

John-Henry has been interviewed by FREETHS on the topic of legal services, discussing the benefits of counselling in resolving relationship difficulties.

BA, MSC, MSt (OXON), UKCP, BACP

Operating in both London and Oxford, John-Henry Carter is a psychodynamic psychotherapist that has more than made a name for himself. Not just through his work in the mental health field but also as a star rugby player at Oxford University.

Having seen first-hand the challenges his fellow teammates have faced during their education and career, John-Henry saw a need to make a change in the world. Which is why today he works with patients of all ages and from all walks of life and is a strong supporter of the LGBTQ community.

At the moment, he runs a private practice at The Discovery Therapy while also moonlighting as an associate psychotherapist at Cognacity.

Availability

John-Henry offers both in-person and socially distanced appointments, either via Skype or phone – or a combination of both.

He is registered with most major insurance companies and accepts private providers as well.

For inquiries about appointments or treatment plans, please email info@thediscoverytherapy.com or jhcarter@gmail.com, or call The Discovery Therapy directly at +44 (0) 7855 772849. More information is also available at www.thediscoverytherapy.com.

John-Henry’s Approach

John-Henry is happy to take on patients dealing with any psychological problem including addiction, eating disorders, family problems, and other mental health disorders. He works with individuals, couples, and/or groups.
In collaboration with The Cornwall Clinic, John-Henry is able to refer his clients to therapeutic retreats that can help a person to address any issues that are pulling them back from their full potential.

Career

John-Henry has a stellar resume, working with a number of rehab centres and charity organisations. Among others, he used to be a psychotherapist at Castle Craig Hospital, a private residential rehab in Scotland.

He is also a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy and the UK Council for Psychotherapy.

Education

In addition to playing rugby at the world-renowned University of Oxford, John-Henry studied psychodynamic psychotherapy there. At the moment, he is continuing his studies, working toward a PhD in psychoanalysis, philosophy, and psychotherapy.

Publications/Research

John-Henry has been interviewed by FREETHS on the topic of legal services, discussing the benefits of counselling in resolving relationship difficulties.

Request an appointment