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Luke Roberts, Psychotherapist in Bath , Bristol ,

Luke Roberts

I offer weekly, 1:1 therapy sessions for people aged 18 or over at The Practice Rooms in central Bath. I charge £35 for a 50 minute session. 

Everyone faces challenges and difficulties. Sometimes these feel too much to sort out on your own. You may be anxious, feel depressed, lonely or stuck in some way. You may have a feeling that something isn't right, or that you keep repeating experiences you would like to move beyond. If so, you are not alone.

For me psychotherapy offers a unique meeting between two individuals, client and therapist. It is an agreement to work through any difficulties the client feels able to bring. There are no guarantees in this process. However, my commitment as a therapist is to listen with attention and compassion as well as giving you honest responses.

I encourage you to be curious, playful and committed to exploring your patterns, relationships and ways of being.

You can read more about how and where I work on my website.


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Sessions & Fees

Individual: Psychotherapy £35


I am a Humanistic and Integrative psychotherapist in training. I began the 6-7 year training in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy at the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling in 2018. My training gives a grounding in the practice and history of the main psychotherapeutic ways of working, which stem from psychoanalytic and humanistic therapies. In plain language, psychoanalytic therapies look more at understanding how and why we are the person we are today. Whereas humanistic therapies tend to focus on the person we are in the process of becoming. 

I opened a private practice in 2021. Prior to this I worked for a decade in wellbeing support services for adults. While all of this is true and perhaps useful, I am also of the view that our life experiences (yours and mine), and how we respond to one another in therapy will play a bigger role in shaping how we work together.