Marielle Albers Creative Psychotherapy



My name is Marielle. I am an experienced psychotherapist, art therapist, counsellor and supervisor, working with adults in Earlsfield, South West London and online.

Welcome to my website

You may be considering psychotherapy or counselling because of a specific problem; you may have difficulties in your relationships or at work; you may feel anxious, stressed or down, you may have had a loss or bereavement, or perhaps you are dissatisfied with your life, without being able to name what is wrong.

It can be hard to find words to express what we feel or what we need. Sometimes there might be words, but they can keep you ‘stuck in your head’, making it difficult to make decisions or changes.

When you come to therapy with me, I will listen carefully to what you tell me and also help you listen to and express the words that can’t be spoken yet. In trying to make sense of this together, my aim is to help you find better ways to cope, or bring about changes that will improve your emotional well-being.

About Me

I have worked as a psychotherapist with individuals and groups in private practice and within a number of charity settings and NHS trusts, with clients from a wide variety of backgrounds and issues. I am registered and accredited with various professional organisations and abide by their codes of practice: UK Council for Psychotherapy; British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy; Health & Care Professions Council and British Association of Art Therapists. For more information about me, please click the button below.

My Approach

I am an integrative therapist, which means that I adapt my way of working according to your personality and concerns, drawing on a variety of theories. I believe that we are all born with innate wisdom and creativity, that sometimes gets lost in protective barriers that we have built in our past.

My approach is based on using creativity, connection and careful attention. I set out to provide a space that feels safe enough to explore what is holding you back or causing you pain.

What I can help with

These are some of the common issues that people come and see me for. This list is not exhaustive; please contact me if you are not sure if I can help.


Feeling down, flat or depressed

Relationships issues

Life transitions

Identity problems

Low self-esteem


Work related stress

Mid-life changes

Loss and bereavement

Intimacy issues

Sexual problems

Fertility problems


Shame and guilt

Parental challenges


(Childhood) trauma or neglect

Creative block


Next steps

In order to share some of your deepest concerns or feelings with a therapist, it is important that you feel safe and heard, and that my way of working feels right to you. This website aims to give you an impression of who I am and how I work.

If you are curious to find out what it is like to work with me, the next step would be to book an initial (no obligation) consultation or phone call. If after this, you still feel unsure, I would be happy to help you connect to other psychotherapists or counsellors in South West London.

My practice is based in Earlsfield, near Wimbledon, which is within easy reach of mainline transport lines and has metered parking. Fill out the contact form below to find out more.

Get in touch

Please contact me by email ( or by using the contact form. It would be helpful if you could include a few lines to introduce yourself and let me know why you are looking for therapy, and give me an idea of your availability.

You can also call me on 07909 967880. If I can't take your call, please leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

My location

I work online and from my private practice in Isis Street SW18, which is less than 5 minutes walk from Earlsfield train station on the mainline trainlink (about 10 minutes away) from London Waterloo. The nearest tube stations are Tooting Broadway and South Wimbledon and there are numerous buses that stop just outside Isis Street. There is metered parking available.

My current therapy room is not available for wheelchairs, as it is located on the first floor of a residential building.

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