City Road Therapy – Professional face-to-face & online Therapy in London

Barnaby Dunn

I am a child, adolescent and family psychotherapist working in the charity sector and in private practice. Warmth, trust, curiosity and creativity are at the heart of my approach to supporting young people. I am passionate that every young person should have the chance to fulfil their potential and make the most of their lives. I offer individual psychotherapy to young people aged 11-25 and consultations with family members or carers.

Child, adolescent and family therapy with Barnaby

Adolescence can be a challenging and overwhelming period in our lives. During times of particular stress or change, it can be helpful for you as a young person to begin therapy to talk about what’s on your mind, regain some clarity of thought and confidence to move forward.

Establishing a safe, trusting relationship where you feel listened to and understood is at the core of my practice. We would work collaboratively to reflect on patterns in thinking, behaviour and relationships that might be causing you difficulty, and allow space to explore who you are and what is important to you.

Qualifications and trainings

I am a fully-qualified child, adolescent and family psychodynamic psychotherapist.

  • ‘Psychological Therapies with children, young people and families’, Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust, MA (Distinction)
  • ‘Working with children, young people and families: a psychoanalytic, observational approach, Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust, PGDip (Distinction)
  • Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapy Skills, WPF Therapy

I am accredited by the British Psychoanalytic Council (Member number 25483). See here for further details.

I am also a member of the Tavistock Society of Psychotherapists.

I am fluent in both Spanish and French.


£75 per session, including initial consultations.

Anxiety and panic attacks | Bereavement and loss | Difficulties around food and eating patterns | Difficulties relating to gender and sexuality | Difficulties with peer and family relationships | Disrupted sleep | Issues at school or university | Low mood and depression | Poor motivation | Poor self-image and difficulties with identity | Trauma