Elizabeth Shaw is a BACP registered counsellor for supporting with bereavement counselling, stress, anxiety, depression, abuse, relationship therapy, miscarriage and still birth in Kensington, W10 and West London
Elizabeth Shaw Therapy

About Me

As a qualified counsellor with a BSc in Humanistic Counselling, I support clients with a range of issues in my private practice in Kensington and two charitable settings in Ealing and Notting Hill. 

In addition to my qualifications and experience, my registration with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) provides you with the security of being in the safe hands of a qualified professional who follows their code of ethics. My work is also fully insured and professionally supervised.

I am committed to my continuing professional development and regularly attend specialist workshops and short courses. The most recent of which involved the latest neuroscience around our early attachment relationships and addiction as well as working with the body and breath, for the benefit of those experiencing anxiety and depression. 

My particular interest lies in the trauma of early loss and what we deny or repress, but whatever your story I can promise to listen without judgement, offering you a safe and confidential space in which to be heard.


"The thoughts and feelings that I had struggled with processing alone were afforded a dedicated space and time with Elizabeth. As a result, I was able to approach these struggles compassionately and with a greater sense of understanding."


"I wanted to thank you for our sessions which I have found so helpful. Thank you for being such an empathetic and kind counsellor. I have really enjoyed these sessions and felt like I worked through some things through this process."


"Elizabeth is a great therapist. I immediately felt comfortable and safe in her presence. The sessions always move at my pace and she strikes a great balance between the sessions sometimes being more self-led and sometimes being more of a two way dialogue."