Boat on Lake
Julie Lowenthal
Psychotherapeutic Counsellor


I am an experienced, caring and professional therapist seeing adult clients and young people from 11 years old.

Click on my 'about' page to find out more and

ask anything else you may like to know, through the details on my 'contact' page.

Sessions available in: Exeter and Crediton

Covid 19 precautions in place !!

Please ask about home visit availability in these and other areas.

As well as online via my secure, professional online therapy space

While it is sometimes difficult to come to therapy, there is a such sense of joy in progress & often laughter too.

Therapy is a valuable and potentially life changing experience,

an investment in you that pays generous dividends.

To help you to find the therapist that is the right fit for you, I offer a low cost initial meeting.

My fees are on a sliding scale - £45 to £65 per hour depending on circumstances.

Please do ask about my limited concessionary spaces if this will enable you to access therapy.

The ecopsychology movement considers that as humans we are innately connected to our planet and the other than human populations upon it and so the current ecological crisis and our psychological ill health are intrinsically connected.

All of this, the anxiety, grief, sense of disempowerment and other very real psychological impacts of climate change

can be explored in the therapy room.


I currently offer sessions in nature,

These can be walking, sitting, playing, creating and or talking,

but certainly allowing your connection with nature to be an additional part of your healing

These can be at a place convenient to you or in greater privacy at Honey in Your Heart - between Kings Nympton Station and Chulmleigh.

Fees are similar to individual therapy above - depending on the distance traveled and it may be helpful to have longer sessions.


A brand new social enterprise just starting up near Chulmleigh, Devon

More information and volunteering opportunities can be found on the Facebook page. Or email me at