Relationship Therapy:
East London, Essex & Online

for couples and individuals

Transform your relationship life…


It is likely you are here because you are unhappy with some aspect of your relationship life.

It may be that you want to repair a rupture between you, rekindle passion and intimacy, resolve endless circular arguments, process a breakup, or address something else that is causing distress and suffering in your relationship. You might be an individual who wants to understand your difficulties with finding a partner or with sustaining relationships.
I imagine that whatever it is, you have most likely been feeling unhappy for some time. In coming here you have taken a first step, a step toward a different path.
In my work with you we explore the issues and struggles – emotional and practical – that are getting in the way of you having a happy and fulfilling relationship and discover together the solutions and changes you need to make to get you there.

How I Can Help You

Meet Amanda

Relationship Therapist for East London and Essex

I am a couple and individual psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapist with over 10 years’ experience of providing therapy to couples and individuals from all walks of life.

I have completed two intensive clinical trainings at Tavistock Relationships (an operating unit of the Tavistock Institute for Medical Psychology) where I was also the Programme Head for the clinical and post graduate diploma training.

I see UK based clients in person at my West Essex clinic, and English-speaking clients from around the world online.

I work with adults of all ages across the broad background of sexuality, ethnicity, and culture, as well as people in sensitive and high-profile roles for whom discretion and privacy are paramount.

Good relationships don’t just happen. Indeed, a good relationship requires liberation from our automatic responses and our application of considered engagement instead. In other words, we look after our relationships when we adopt a conscious practice of ‘relational mindfulness’.

Amanda Hughes