Our Holborn therapy rooms are centrally located between the West End and the City of London. We are easy to get to from any part of the capital.
Below you will find details of how to find City Therapy Rooms in Holborn, with maps and directions.
Once you get to us please use the ‘door code’ to operate the keypad then use the internal buzzer to let your therapist know you have arrived.
City Therapy Rooms
33 Furnival Street
London, EC4A 1JQ
Nearest underground stations are:
Chancery Lane – Central line (2 minute walk)
Holborn – Central & Piccadilly line (10 minute walk)
Farringdon – Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan lines (10 minute walk)
Nearest overground station:
Farringdon (10 minute walk)
Nearest Crossrail station:
Farringdon (10 minute walk)
By Bus or Car
Buses: 8, 17, 25, 45, 46, 341, 521, N8
Very restricted street parking, we advise you take a cab or use other forms of transport.
Arriving at City Therapy Rooms
When you make your first appointment with one of the therapists, they will send an email confirmation which includes our full address and some other useful information about your first session.
Coming for your first appointment
Please follow the instructions that your therapist will give you, City Therapy Rooms has a keypad to enter the therapy rooms.
Please be aware that if you ring the buzzer a little too early you may be disturbing the session immediately before yours, so it is best not to arrive until a few minutes before the session itself begins.
When you arrive at City Therapy Rooms
The entrance door to City Therapy Rooms is located on the pavement, you will be given the code to operate the keypad and enter the building.
Once you have entered through the front door you will see a second door with the intercom to the left.
Your therapist will give you instructions on how to buzz their room. Please only buzz the room that your therapist and you will be meeting in.
Once you’re buzzed in go through the door and take a seat in the waiting room, your therapist will come and find you.
Looking for the telephone number to contact a therapist?
Please contact therapists and counsellors directly using the contact details found on each of the practitioners individual pages.
Take a look at the Central London Therapists page to find the contact details of the practitioner you would like to talk to.
If you are uncertain which therapist will best match your needs, please contact Malgorzata Milewicz and she will help you find a suitable therapist.
Malgorzata’s Contact Details
If you are in crisis and need to speak to someone urgently contact:
- The Samaritans are open 24 hours, seven days a week:
Call 116 123 www.samaritans.org
Specific Samaritan link on wanting to kill yourself: I want to kill myself
If speaking to someone over the phone does not feel right for you, you can make contact via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Befrienders – Suicide support befrienders.org
Looking for Therapy Rooms to hire in Holborn or City of London?
Each of the therapy rooms have their own unique feel, however all are attractive and comfortable and offer the perfect environment for counselling, coaching or any talking therapy.
- Therapy rooms designed by therapists for therapists.
- Beautifully decorated, comfortable rooms.
- Suitable for individual, couple and group work.
- Discrete location with a dedicated entrance.
- Flexible seating for one-to-one, couples or groups.
- Waiting Room & Kitchen.
- Wi-fi for Skype or online work.
- Great location with good transport links.
If you are interested in renting space at City Therapy Rooms then please contact Brian Cotsen to discuss your requirements:
Brian can be contacted on: