I'm Adam Bambury, a relational body-oriented psychotherapist based in south east London. I work both online and in-person. To get in touch with me, click here

If you're looking for a therapist you may have the sense of something somehow needing to shift or to be acknowledged and worked with more deeply.


I aim to meet people in their uniqueness in the safe and confidential container of the therapy space to help this process unfold.

  • Sometimes this can mean reconnecting with aspects of self that went 'underground' during difficult periods in life, particularly early on in our development. 

  • It can mean finding room to breath and for a deeper wisdom to make itself known.

  • It can be about being seen and recognised, to be witnessed and validated for who you are - for all parts to recognised and acknowledged

  • It can be about recognising old but dominant voices and patterns that are no longer useful, and challenging them.

  • Most of all, it can be about having space and support to grow in the way that feels right for you right now. 

My practice

My work emerges from the tradition of body psychotherapy, also known as somatic psychology. This means engaging with people in their wholeness - body, mind and spirit. It utilises the ancient insight, backed up by contemporary neuroscience research, that mind and body are deeply interlinked. Put simply, that how we feel in our embodiment influences what we think, and vice versa.

My practice is inspired by the flame as a potent image of healing, renewal and transformation, and the liberating warmth of authentic connection. ​I help clients connect to and express this flame within - our essential aliveness, being, soul or spirit.

As a therapist I aim to bring a warmth, openness and, when appropriate, a gentle humour to the work.

Find out more 

I work in-person in south-east London and online via Zoom. If you'd like to have an initial discussion about working together, please get in touch, or find out more on this website about me and about how I work