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All our therapists are licensed and registered

All our therapists are licensed to practice in the UK and registered either with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) or with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). In addition, we perform a rigorous vetting to verify the credentials of the therapists who register with our platform.

feelya is a private and safe environment

Talk therapy through feelya provides reliable online counselling in a private and safe environment. Therapists on our platform are here to offer support for a variety of situations, including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, work stress, anger management and more.

Sarah Ralph

38, Doctor of Psychology (DPsych), Chartered member of the British Psychological Society (BPS), MSc, MA, GC, BA (Hons), Enhanced DBS checked, HCPC registered.

Pat Gwyer

49, DClinPsychol(Clinical Psychology), MSc Applied Positive Psychology & Coaching Psychology, PhD Applied Psychology, Health Professions Council Registered Practitioner Psychologist

Graham Spratt


Paul Cairney

41, BPS Chartered and HCPC Registered Psychologist

Candy Bokungu

BACP - Registred Member

martin wilks

64, Chartered Counselling Psychologist, Coaching Psychologist, Mindfulness teacher, ACT therapist & Peer reviewed ACT trainer, Supervisor

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Once you register, feelya will propose therapists to you based on a matching algorithm. You can then book a session with your therapist of choice for a date and time that suits you. There are no membership fees. You pay only for the sessions you have.

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