Because you matter

Sometimes life can feel like a treadmill, every day the same. On paper, things can look good – perhaps even great, but something is missing. You might feel stuck, isolated, trapped, dissatisfied.

Maybe it’s time to shake things up. Increase your satisfaction in your life and rediscover the joy of living. Get re-energised and start living the life you’ve always dreamed of.

Hi! I’m Lindsay and I work with clients to increase their satisfaction and happiness.

When things get tough, it often seems easier to just push on through; to believe things aren’t really that bad. But not dealing with things can often make them worse.

If you’d like to make a change, but aren’t sure how or where to start, counselling can help.

I’ve worked with many clients just like you. You don’t have to deal with this yourself. Give me a call or drop me a message to find out how I can support you.

Lindsay Roadnight


I decided to train as a counsellor after undertaking my own personal counselling and experiencing first hand the changes I could achieve with the support and encouragement of a counsellor.

As part of my private practice, I work with South East Coast Ambulance NHS Trust as a specialist provider of counselling services for their employees. I also volunteered as a counsellor for the in-house employee counselling service for the Royal Borough of Kingston and the Kingston Women’s Centre charity.

My clients have come from a range of different backgrounds and have sought counselling for a wide variety of reasons. Some clients have focused on past events, and others have been looking for support with more current issues.

Whatever you’re struggling with, get in touch with me. I’d love to work with you. Drop me a message through my contact page or call me on 07496 784532.

Qualifications and Professional Memberships

BA Hons – Integrative Relational Counselling, Middlesex University (2018)

Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Accredited Registrant with the National Counselling Society.


Updated: 12th April 2021

2020 proved challenging for most of us. No-one could have predicted a pandemic on this scale. Whether we’re working from home, home schooling, suffering from a lack of social contact or feeling increased pressure in our relationships, the impact of the pandemic has been far reaching with some unexpected results.

Even as the restrictions start to ease, we are continuing to experience significant disruption to our lives. The idea of getting back to our previous lives may be filling you with anxiety, whereas others may be anxious for the changes. There is no right way to feel about the changes. It is ok to be uncertain about the changes.

Counselling can help support you at this time, by providing an neutral space where we can work together to improve your satisfaction and happiness. I am here to listen and support you.

In Person Sessions

Despite the lockdown restrictions, I will be continuing to offer face to face sessions in my office in Worcester Park. I have set up my space to allow for social distancing and I have put in place a number of measures to ensure your safety.

If you wish to attend an in person session, I will ask you to sign my COVID agreement which you can view here.

Online Sessions

I appreciate that not everyone will be willing (or able) to attend an in person session. I am offering online counselling for anyone who prefers.

Take the step and get some support. Contact me to arrange your initial session today.

Fees and Location

Joanna House, Worcester Park

I offer both daytime and evening sessions on Monday to Fridays. Daytime sessions cost £65 and evening sessions cost £85.

You can choose whether you wish to work with me online (via Zoom video call) or in person at my Worcester Park office.

My office can be easily reached from areas such as Worcester Park, New Malden, Cheam, Kingston, Ewell, Tolworth, Wimbledon, Sutton.


Willow Tree Counselling

Taking the first step and making contact with a counsellor can be daunting.  It’s natural to feel a uncomfortable or hesitant.  You may have additional questions about counselling, which I would be happy to discuss with you.  Alternatively, or you might wish to arrange an initial session to speak to me face to face.

To make this as easy as possible for you, I can be contacted via phone, email or through the contact form. However you choose to contact me, you are assured of a warm, empathetic response.

What happens next?

My normal working hours are Monday – Friday, 8am to 7pm (excluding bank holidays). I will respond to messages within one working day.

If I am unable to answer your call, please leave a short message and I will return your call as soon as possible.