Jason Crowley – Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist

Jason Crowley - Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist


About me

I am an Integrative counsellor and psychotherapist offering short and long term counselling in-person and online. I work with individuals, couples and groups.

I am an accredited member of the National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society and an accredited member of the International Association of Psychology and Counselling (UK).

Sessions lasts for 50 minutes and the minimum number is six. These usually take place in the same time slot each week. I can see you face to face at a Space To Be You (Mare Street) and on Zoom if you are anywhere else in the world.

How I work

There are many reasons why people choose to come to therapy but whatever the reason it is a commitment of time, money and an investment in yourself. Perhaps you are struggling with anxiety, depression, a lack of direction, or questioning how you have fallen into being you. Maybe you are facing difficulties in your relationships and can’t explain why. Maybe something just doesn’t feel right but you can’t quite put your finger on what. You are not alone. We all, at some point, lose sight of who we are, begin to question our life choices and ask ourselves how we got here. This questioning can be the start of something new and invigorating.

My practice is informed by psychodynamic psychotherapy, existential philosophy and humanism. How I work will depend on you but I like to work creatively using images, exploring dreams, fantasies and guided imagery to help uncover the meanings you have given to your life experience. The freedom to be different than you are will often emerge out of the curiosity you develop toward your deepest, often darkest, desires and needs.

Couples and relationship counselling

Conflict is the primary reason couples seek help. Conflict is natural in any relationship but sometimes it can feel like differences are so entrenched you question whether you can stay together. Alternatively you feel you know each other so well life together has become boring or you’ve lost the spark you once had. I use the Gottman Method which focuses on getting you back in touch with each other, improving communication, rebuilding trust and rediscovering the joy of being together. Sometimes couples have already decided to separate and come to therapy to do so intelligently.


I have worked in the NHS, at an alcohol therapy service, a youth homeless hostel, with sex workers, and with social care organisations providing counselling to former rough sleepers. I also facilitate group reflective practice with staff in organisations who work with vulnerable adults.

As a result I have experience working with marital affairs, separation and divorce, trauma, terminal illness and end of life, bereavement and grief, childhood abuse, PTSD, anxiety and panic attacks, depression and suicidal thoughts, gender dysphoria, sexual compulsivity, low self-esteem, addiction & recovery, self harm and personality disorders.


£85 per session.

£100 for couples and relationship therapy.

Get in touch for an initial 15 minute telephone conversation where I can answer any question you may have.


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