Cherry Tree Centre
Counselling and Wellbeing Services in the heart of Henley-on-Thames
The aim of Cherry Tree Centre is to help people improve their lives.
We achieve this by delivering comprehensive wellbeing and counselling services.
From the moment you contact us, we will take the time to listen to your needs and commit to matching you to the right therapist or service for you.
We recognise that everyone is unique. Whether you would like to see a counsellor, hypnotherapist, coach, mediator or one of our other amazing physical or mental health professionals, we will endeavour to find the best person for you.
Home from Home
The Cherry Tree Centre is located in a Grade II listed building in the centre of Henley-on-Thames. We have a beautiful space, that has been decorated and designed to make you feel at home.
We would love to hear from you, even if it’s just for a chat to see whether we are the right people for you.
We have a team of Hypnotherapists who specialise in many areas such as anxiety, phobias, trauma and compulsive behaviours. Hypnotherapists may use a combination of techniques to get good results
We have a team of Coaches who will guide you towards your chosen goals. They specialise in many areas such as life, business, career, health, well-being, relationships, and conflict resolution.
Our Nutritional Therapists are on hand to help with any nutritional aspects of your health, and wellbeing. They will offer information and guidance on the impacts of food and nutrition on your system.
Why Choose The Cherry Tree Centre?
Yes, we really do
We are here to help.
We Match You
We match you to the right person for you.
We have an amazing team of professionals.
Join Our Team!
Come Join Us
Working at the Cherry Tree Centre in Henley offers you more than just a beautiful space to rent. We are a community of therapists who support one another.
Our team is expanding and we would love you to join us.
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