Amy Pearce (she/her)

Integrative Counsellor Amy Pearce
Amy Pearce (she/her)

Integrative Counsellor MBACP 

I create a space where clients can be fully heard, explore issues whether related to past or present life experiences and deepen their understanding of those experiences. My practice incorporates a consideration of the social and cultural dynamics and narratives we are influenced by to gain further clarity and potential relief.

The aim is that this will facilitate a greater sense of choice and allow you to build better connections in your relationships with others and with yourself.

Psychotherapy with Amy

I work from an integrative approach which means that I draw on a range of therapeutic thinking and models such as Psychodynamic, Relational, Humanistic, Feminist and Body Psychotherapy. This is dependent on your needs and what you bring up in therapy.

I have experience in working with people who have brought many different issues to therapy including low self-esteem; anxiety; domestic abuse; relational trauma; exploring their sexuality; grief; life changes; trauma. I particularly welcome LGBTQ+ clients and clients exploring their identity. 

Therapy together is not prescribed by a particular timeframe. I usually work on a long-term open-ended basis with an open dialogue between therapist and client that provides regular check-ins and moments for reflection or review. 


Foundation in Counselling from The Minster Centre (1-year course)

Level 7 Diploma in Integrative Counselling from The Minster Centre (3-year course).

Currently completing an MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling from The Minster Centre (1 year completed). This course is UKCP registered and accredited by Middlesex University.

I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) following their code of ethics.

To ensure I am continuously developing as a therapist, I attend clinical supervision, peer supervision and further training.

Prior to private practice I worked for Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham, offering 6-week sessions through the NHS’s IAPT service and open-ended therapy at Headstrong Hackney (a low-cost counselling service).


Off-peak £60 (before5pm) Peak £70 (after 5pm)

Getting in touch

It’s important to find the right therapist for you, which is why I always encourage clients to explore their options and see who feels like the best fit.  

Our first session together is charged at half the usual fee. It is an opportunity to see what it would be like working together, and whether we are a good fit. 

I’m happy to offer a brief call to answer questions you may have.