Bárbara Godoy, leader therapist
M.A., Adv.Dip.Exi.Psy, UKCP, MBACP and SEA
Director of Therapy Harley Street

Existential Psychotherapist accredited by the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy, UKCP accredited Supervisor, a professional member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy  and former committee member (and current professional member) of the Society for Existential Analysis.

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Women’s Group

Psychotherapist Bárbara Godoy has lead therapeutic groups around the world since 1997. The question about the meaning of being woman was the focus of her post-graduate research completed in 2005. Women’s Groups: “Four Seasons” and “Nine Muses” are the synthesis of the last 13 years of practice and ongoing research.

Women’s Group is an exploration of our assumptions about the meaning of being women through awareness intensive practices such as: story telling, communication skills, family constellation, dynamic meditation, deep relaxation, bio-energetics, psychodrama, authentic movement, catharsis (emotional release), touch, feedback and sharing.


♦      Reconnect to your body

♦      Remember yourself

♦      Create healthier relationships

♦      Learn how to be more honest with yourself

♦      Process difficult emotions in a safe environment

♦      Be kind to yourself and others

♦      For-give pass behaviours and let go of negatives patterns


Weekly group

A journey through women’s cycles inspired by Goddesses from around the world

Tuesdays 6pm to 7.15pm

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Weekly group

A one-year journey based on J. Campbell’s twelve stages of the Monomyth.

Tuesdays 12noon to 1.30pm

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Weekly group in Spanish

Grupo de Mujeres en Zoom de nivel avanzado en español.

 Martes 7.30pm a 9pm

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Weekly group

This is a thorough journey for a small group of women to explore themselves through mythology.

Wednesdays 12.30 to 1.45 pm

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Monthly Group

Once a month, we’ll join to explore the 9 Greek Muses, our vehicles for creative self-epression.

Saturday’s 12noon to 1.30pm

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