William Conant

I have years of practice working as an Integrative, Psychosexual and Relationship counsellor, with a wide breadth of experience including working within the NHS, the charitable sector and in private practice with individuals and couples. 

My original training at Roehampton University in Integrative counselling has given me the skills to integrate psychodynamic, existential and humanistic principles in helping to best create a secure and safe environment in which to create a therapeutic alliance. Thus allowing a safe space in which to work through difficult emotions and feelings in order to help clients to overcome their issues.

My own personal interests have led me to complete the London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship therapy. This has allowed me to work with individuals and couples struggling with communication, relational and sexual issues. 

I have spent two years working as a psychosexual and relationship therapist at Dimbleby Cancer Care within Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. This has given me a particular interest in working with individuals and couples whose relationship has been negatively impacted by illness.

Qualifications and Memberships include:

BSc Integrative Counselling (Roehampton University).

London Diploma in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy.

Registered Member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).

Registered Member of COSRT (College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists).


Lina Kaas

My passion is interacting and helping others towards their life goals, offering guidance and support to clients, who are experiencing challenges and distress.

I work with individuals and couples from all backgrounds, using a person-centred approach integrating CBT, Schema Therapy, Transactional Analysis, Solution Focussed Brief Therapy, Psychodynamic, Gottman Couples Method and Brainspotting.

I have conducted workshop webinars for companies worldwide covering topics such as, Mental Health Awareness, Goal Setting, Being a better listener, Living with change, Loneliness and social isolation , Resilience, etc.

I am fluent in Danish and English. Good knowledge of Swedish and German

I am a Registered Member: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy MBACP, The National Counselling Society MNCS (Accred, British Psychological Society BPS and Singapore Association of Counselling SAC


Rachel Edinborough

I have over 10 years’ experience as a therapist.

Originally trained in the Person-Centred approach, I have gone on to use an integrative approach to counselling with individuals, couples, and families. 

I am trained in various modalities to offer a blended approach to therapeutically support a wide range of issues both individual and relational; these include Solution-Focused and Systemic Practice. 

I have extensive experience counselling in private practice and within a charitable organisation in a leadership and supervisory role and counselling youth, adults, families, and couples.

With experience across anxiety, depression, conflict, poor communication, affairs, family breakdown, financial challenges, alcohol/drug addiction, lack of intimacy, parenting differences, stress, bereavement/loss, career change, abuse, and many others.

Helping individuals to develop autonomy and self-awareness.

I value creating a warm and safe space for a couple to feel heard and share, whilst also maintaining neutrality and respecting differences. I help couples to improve their communication with each other and their wider systems through exploring new meaning and understanding. 

I offer long-term and short-term online counselling and am a registered member of the BACP.

Alison Wragg

With experience in working as Organisational Consultant, Coach, Supervisor and Lecturer, I am also trained in Couple and Marriage Counselling. I specialise in working within the complex world of human relationships helping to cultivate relational intelligence in and outside of the work setting.

With 30 years experience of supporting people through change, my consultancy work includes supporting professionals in healthcare, education, finance, law, family businesses and other small enterprises including start ups. I focus on workplace dynamics, organisational strategic development, leadership development, team building, change management, role process, coaching and mentoring, facilitation, and mediation/conflict resolution.

More specifically, I help leaders manage change, deal with difficult issues and reach a strong resolution for their teams and the organisation. As a specialist in team dynamics, I work from a systems psychodynamic perspective reflecting on the connection between employees, clients, all stakeholders and the organisation, the emotional group dynamics of organisational life, the unspoken and unexpressed.

Alongside my work with Leone Centre, my portfolio includes Service Manager for Psychological Therapies and Professional Head of Occupational Therapy in NHS Secondary Mental Health Services in Westminster, Central London and I also provide consultation on Group Relations Conferences at Birkbeck College, University of London and am a Visiting Tutor in Organisational Consultancy on the D10 Masters course at The Tavistock.

I have a special interest in using the MBTI to help people understand their important relationships better and in working with professionals using a blend of coaching and other techniques to overcome blocks to success and happiness. These include but are not limited to:

  • Relational difficulties
  • Issues with self limiting beliefs
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Confidence 
  • Balancing demands of home and work life.


My main training includes:

  • Certificate in Couple & Relationship Therapy 
  • MA in Systems Psychodynamic Consultancy
  • MBTI Qualified Practitioner 
  • MSc in Psychodynamic Counselling
  • EFT – Level 1 and 2 Training and Matrix Re-imprinting (EFT and Matrix Re-imprinting Academy)
  • BA Health Care studies
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Occupational Therapy

I am a Registered Member of the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC), the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and am a member of the BACP coaching division, an associate member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) and a qualified MBTI practitioner.

Cristina Vrech

I co-founded and directed the Leone Centre since 2009.

I offer individual counselling, marriage and couple counselling within a safe, supportive and confidential setting where you can:

  • Explore your thoughts, feelings and experiences
  • Learn new ways to deal with conflict, stress and relationships
  • Work towards greater choice and flexibility
  • Reconnect with who you are and live a more fulfilling and positive life

I highly welcome, value and have worked with people from all backgrounds, and have the utmost regard towards every individual’s identity, gender, sexuality, religion, disability, culture, ethnicity and age.

An Italian Londoner, I have now lived in the capital for over 30 years. In the 90s I worked in the financial sector of the City for many years and then retrained as a counsellor and psychotherapist.

I feel lucky because I love what I do and am constantly inspired by the immense mutual learning gained through working with my clients.

My approach is non-judgmental, direct and supportive. For me, it is important to create an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance to facilitate and enhance the therapeutic work. I will not give advice or judge you, or direct you to take a particular course of action. I will not sit in silence either but actively interact and work with you.

The types of issues I work with include, but are not limited to:

  • Relationship challenges
  • Marriage and Couples Therapy and Reconnection
  • Infidelity and impact of having / being at a receiving end of an affair
  • Meaning, Transitions and Change
  • Bereavement
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Depression and lack of Motivation
  • IVF
  • Challenges in being a parent / son / daughter / sibling / partner
  • Confidence and self esteem issues
  • Loneliness and sense of Isolation
  • Addictions
  • Separation and divorce

Training & Qualifications

  • Certificate in Supervision, (Re-Vision Centre for Integrative Psychosynthesis),
  • Diploma in Couple Therapy and Certificate in Couple Therapy (Re-Vision Centre for Integrative Psychosynthesis),
  • EFT – Level 1 and 2 Training and Matrix Reimprinting (EFT and Matrix Reimprinting Academy – Karl Dawson)
  • Independent Mental Capacity Advocate Diploma – AT Advocacy Training
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling in Existential and Person Centred Models (Thames Valley University),
  • Certificate in Psychodynamic Counselling (Birkbeck University), The Essentials of Psychosynthesis Training
  • Reconnective Healing Foundational Practitioner Programmes Levels 1 and 2 (Reconnective Healing – Eric Pearl)

I also have years of experience in working in Mental Health and Addiction services and as an Independent Mental Capacity Advocate (IMCA)

I am a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. The BACP register is approved by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care, which is a professional body ensuring that all their practitioners are following a strict code of conduct.

I have regular continuing professional development training / courses and further my knowledge and practice on an ongoing basis to keep my clinical skills evolving to best serve my work with clients and couples.

I am an approved Provider for Cigna Private Health Insurance, Compsych and I work with a number of EAP providers.

Tasha Colbert

I am a UKCP registered psychotherapist with 16 years experience of working with clients. I also supervise therapists, as well as coach professionals privately and within organisational settings.

My approach is integrative, meaning that I draw on a range of approaches with a special interest in working with the body, which is often a barometer for our emotional and mental state. I believe that psychotherapy can help draw out our hidden strengths and resources and I have found that working with the body – alongside verbal therapy – to be an effective way to uncover solutions to our problems, often in direct and surprising ways.

I offer an intial session to clarify what you want to gain from therapy, and whether my approach is right for you.

I have extensive experience of working with:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Bereavement
  • Body Image issues
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Parenting challenges
  • Post-traumatic stress
  • balancing demands of home and work life

My approach is non-judgemental, supportive and creative, and rather than telling you what to do, I will work with you to overcome challenges you are facing.  As I do not believe that ‘one way fits all’, I will tailor my approach to meet your needs. I draw from the following approaches, but do not use all of these with all clients: body psychotherapy, mindfulness, gestalt work, psychodynamic approaches, movement psychotherapy, somatic experiencing, systemic NLP and CBT. 

I have also worked for many years within school settings, where I provide counselling and coaching for parents, and a supportive space for teachers. 

I am registered with UKCP (United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy) and abide by their code of conduct. I regularly attend training courses to further my skills, as part of my continued professional development.