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

Marianna Vogt

I am a dramatherapist and clinical supervisor. I have extensive experience working with people who are processing trauma, suffering from depression, anxiety, obsessive thinking patterns, self-harming behaviour or who are otherwise in pain, feeling stuck, alone or empty.

Dramatherapy with Marianna

How I work depends very much on who I am working with. Each client needs something different and I use a variety of approaches in therapy sessions, depending on individual preference and need. Some people prefer to stick to talking. With others I might suggest working through the body using movement, breath and physicality. I may encourage artistic expression through art materials, writing or drama exercises. Most sessions combine several modes at once.

I emphasise observing the specificity of individual experience, past and present, and using that as a springboard from which to initiate change and fulfill desires for the future. While sessions certainly improve every day functionality, I believe the role of therapy is to provide a space for people to reconnect not just with health but with joy.

Qualifications and experience

  • Dramatherapy MA, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London
  • Diploma in Clinical Supervision (group & individual), Institute of Group Analysis


My standard rates are £90-£120 for individuals, £115-£150 for couples and £85-£100 for supervision. We can discuss together what fee within that range is most appropriate for your circumstances.

I also offer a limited number of low cost spaces.

Please contact me to arrange a free initial phone call to discuss practicalities, including fees, and to get a sense of if we might work well together.

Breakdown in the relationship between parents and children | Depression and anxiety | Eating disorders | Existential questions | Family upheaval | Postnatal depression | Pregnancy issues | Processing trauma | Self-destructive and/or obsessive patterns of behaviour