Marcus Gottlieb

Location: 2 Lorne Gardens, Notting Hill, London W11 4UY





I am a former solicitor, and now an experienced humanistic psychotherapist and supervisor, interested in all forms of bodywork psychotherapy including in particular Pesso-Boyden (PBSP). I work with anger, stress, anxiety, depression, work difficulties and relationship difficulties. Two additional areas of special interest/expertise are ‘boarding school survivors’ and gay men’s issues.



I am a graduate of Spectrum Psychotherapy Training and an accredited psychotherapist with both the UKCP and BACP, as well as a UKAHPP member. Spectrum includes unique, innovative Sexuality and Anger Management programmes. A former trustee of the lgbt counselling/advocacy organization PACE, I have been a director of a number of businesses and I am a non-practising solicitor. I have worked in the voluntary sector with domestic violence, crime and bullying. I have specialist training in psychotherapy for boarding school survivors. I started psychotherapy training in 1997 and have had a private practice since 2002. I am a qualified supervisor of therapists and counsellors.

Main areas of therapy practice:  

Relationship issues, boarding school survivors, gay men and lesbians, anger management, stress, anxiety, depression, work issues.


Therapies offered:

Formative psychology, gestalt therapy and pesso-boyden system psychomotor, with elements of psychodrama, psychosynthesis, transactional analysis and other humanistic approaches.

Fees :

£95 per 60 min. session (regular therapy e.g. weekly).

£125 per 60 min. session (periodic consultation e.g. monthly).

£140 per 75 min. session (couples therapy).

DISCOUNT for advance payment is 10% per block of 8 sessions.



Accredited by UKCP and BACP. Member of UKAHPP.


Areas of Work:



Anger Management




Career Counselling

Couples Counselling


Eating Disorders

Gender Identity


Low Self-Confidence

Low Self-Esteem

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Relationship Issues

Self Harm

Sexual Issues





Work Related Issues


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