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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or call The Discovery Therapy directly at +44 (0) 7855 772849. More information is also available at www.thediscoverytherapy.com.
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.
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.
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.
John-Henry has been interviewed by FREETHS on the topic of legal services, discussing the benefits of counselling in resolving relationship difficulties.