A space to thrive.

How are you feeling today?

We're Sarah, Heather, and Ellie. We first met back in 2015 while working for the NHS, and our friendship led us to create London Mind Collective. We are now a growing network of psychotherapists committed to providing people with the best possible support by combining our skills and experience.

We believe in working together with you and your unique needs so that you can thrive, not just survive.

Whether this is your first time seeking therapy or you have previous experience, we strive to provide tailored support to help you achieve your goals. Whether appointments are online or in person, we aim to create a comfortable and safe reassuring space for you.

Therapy methods

  • For ages 18+
  • Individual Psychotherapy including CBT and EMDR
  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Groups
  • Corporate Workshops


  • Online
  • In-person in South London

For more information about our therapy methods, please see our FAQs

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Our methods are backed by research

We're proud to deliver therapy you can trust. All our therapists high quality standards such as:

Full accreditation through the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists (BABCP)

Postgraduate Diplomas in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience at Kings College London

Experience delivering psychotherapy in NHS settings.

Plus, we’re constantly attending Continued Professional Development training and clinical supervision

Plus, we routinely attend professional training and clinical supervision.

What makes us unique

Working collaboratively allows us to offer tailored and evidence-based therapy to adults for a range of difficulties, some of which we have listed below.




Body Image Concerns

Low Self Esteem

Post Traumatic Stress



Social Anxiety

Health Related Anxiety

Panic Attacks
and Agoraphobia

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More about us

Meet Ellie Popp.

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and EMDR Therapist.

“I aim to provide a welcoming and supportive environment that helps you move towards meaningful change. I specialise in helping adults experiencing challenges linked to PTSD, OCD, Body Dysmorphia and disordered eating. I am trained in CBT and EMDR and want to empower you to take control of your therapy and make positive steps towards changes. My main focus is to help you to be kinder to yourself along the way.”
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Meet Sarah Frost.

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist.

“I'm a qualified Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and my approach to therapy is pretty diverse. I like to use compassion-focused therapy in my work to help you see yourself from a place of understanding and encouragement. I’ve been treating depression, anxiety disorders, and trauma for years, but I’m most passionate about supporting women during pregnancy or new parents. I aim to help people manage the emotional stress that comes with parenthood, supporting them as they grow into the parents they want to be. Helping people find balance in their daily lives is what I love to do.”

Meet Heather Grey.

Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and Mindfulness Teacher.

“I'm a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and Mindfulness Teacher who specialises in working with Depression, Low Self Esteem, and those adjusting to new circumstances in their life. I work integratively with other approaches to help clients identify their values, improve self-compassion, and develop new ways to cope with difficult emotions. I work collaboratively with clients, because I believe that everyone has strengths that can be uncovered with the right support.”
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