Improving the delivery of mental health therapies – Helping to enable better outcomes for all.
What does A Room in Town offer?
How do you choose the right therapy rooms to rent in West London?
West London is definitely a busy area, so it’s always important to find therapy rooms that can be accessed easily and with no difficulties. We are close to public transport links, so you don’t have to worry about travelling long distances to reach us.
Our terms are flexible as they come – you can book a room by hour or by session and you don’t need to sign a contract that attaches you to our rooms long-term. This is ideal for those who only work on a session-by-session basis or who would simply like to rent a talking therapy room with no long-term commitments.
Don’t look elsewhere for therapy rooms in West London
Our London location places us close to tube stations like Holborn, Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road, and Oxford Circus. Therefore, whether you live in or by central London, you can conveniently hop onto a tube to reach us without trouble. Or even better, we can be reached by foot if you live in the central area, so there’s no need to worry about driving in the bustling city centre.
Our rooms have been designed with psychotherapy in mind, so you can trust us when we say we value the importance of a safe space for talking therapy – our rooms reflect this. The lively city centre can often be a hectic place to be, but as soon as you step into our buildings, you and your clients will instantly feel at ease.
If you’re looking for bespoke talking therapy rooms to rent, you can get in touch with us today to enquire about booking one for your sessions and/or to join our platform as one of our therapists.
"I have valued you and all that you offer these past few years. You have been instrumental to the growth of my practice. Thanks again for all your support, you’ve been great from start to finish, and it’s made a real difference to me."
Katherine - A Room In Town therapist
"The rooms are tastefully furnished, and great care has been taken to give each one its individual character. Some are larger than others but all are warm, welcoming, clean and comfortable. I felt the rooms reflected the staff who were always extremely professional, friendly, helpful, flexible and a delight to deal with. I could not recommend these therapy rooms highly enough."
Marina - A Room In Town therapist
"I think the rooms are amazing, I can't fault the company or the service you provide, and I have loved working there, and have really appreciated your friendliness and support."
Charlotte - A Room In Town therapist
"I find the rooms tastefully furnished and decorated with a sense of subtle luxury; very well considered in terms of what is needed but without crowding the room. A good canvas allowing space to work. My clients have complemented the room many times. The waiting room is also a great asset. The staff is excellent. Very responsive and accommodating. Lovely people as well."
Rosi - A Room In Town therapist
Frequently Asked Questions
We will ask you for details including your name, address, email address, phone number, profession, and accreditation membership. We will also ask you if you have full governing body registration and how you heard about us.
Yes, you can. We know that, even if the client will be in their own home when they have their session with you, they will still want to see that you provide a relaxed, comfortable environment even from a distance. That’s why we make our rooms available for telehealth sessions.
Once you have booked the room, both you and the client will be sent a secure and easy-to-use video link, enabling both parties to be directly connected for the session.
You can be emailed timely updates about room availability, enabling you to book a space even at short notice and shortly after it has been used by another therapist. We can also let you know if we open entirely new rooms — you could be one of the first therapists to use them!
Potential clients of yours will be able to see your professional profile on the website — and as a result, learn such information as what kind of therapy you offer and your background in providing it. Also posted will be contact details which these people will be able to use to ask you any remaining questions they have.
We recommend that you keep a close eye on this website’s blog for our thoughts about what has been happening in the industry.
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