Eric B. Litwack


Eric is a qualified attachment and psychoanalytic psychotherapist in training at the Bowlby Centre in London. As such, he is affiliated with the UKCP, a major national body for psychotherapy.

People enter psychotherapy for many reasons, including the desire to face personal challenges linked to personality formation, social interactions, and persistent situations that need improvement. Common among today’s challenges are anxiety, depression, social difficulties and personality disorders, among many others. Whatever is at stake, change is not only desirable but possible over time. Psychotherapy can help you to turn understanding into insight, and insight into growth. 

Attachment and psychoanalytic therapies are psychodynamic, which means that we treat the entire person as someone who has a meaningful story to tell, and a particular life to lead. Understanding and learning from that story will allow us to change our behaviour so as to lead more productive, functional and meaningful lives. Eric also has a particular interest in learning from our dreams, which he will welcome you to bring to the sessions.

Eric draws upon his training as a Ph.D. philosopher in order to add a dimension of meaning and clarity to his work as a psychotherapist. 

As a moral and social philosopher, he has worked as an ethics consultant to both the British and Canadian governments, and as such he has a keen interest in the diverse problems faced by people in institutional and professional settings.

Eric speaks both English and French.


Eric offers an initial assessment appointment of fifty minutes, free of charge. This will involve getting to know each other and answering whatever questions you may have about the therapy process.

After this his standard fee is £30-£40 per fifty-minute hour, with some concessions available.


2pm to 6pm on Saturdays


To make an appointment please text Eric on: 075305 44497 or email him at: