Private therapy for all walks of life: all ages, all stages,
The Diverse Practice
The Lifespan Team:
Winners of the 2022 Prestige Award
Specialist Therapies Category
Lifespan Psychology – The Diverse Practice – is a Private Psychological Therapy Practice established by Dr. Esther Cole. Dr. Cole is Clinical Director & Clinical Psychologist at Lifespan Psychology. Dr. Cole worked in the NHS for 12 years and joined the independent sector in 2017.
As a third-generation British Jamaican Psychologist, managing long-term conditions whilst being a mother of three, Dr. Cole warmly welcomes clients from all walks of life, and has a passion for supporting people living alongside mental, physical or neurological difficulties and trauma.
She is co-editor of Psychological Therapy for Paediatric Acquired Brain Injury: Innovations for Children, Young People & Families (Jim, J. & Cole, E. 2019. London: Routledge). Dr. Cole is honoured to have received the Early Career Award 2020 from The British Psychological Society’s Division of Clinical Psychology.
The team at Lifespan Psychology offer some sessions face-to-face in our prestige clinic in Wimbledon, London. Since COVID-19, the team also offer assessment and therapy sessions online nationally and internationally. To ensure we maintain face-to-face contact where possible, we also offer home and school visits for assessment, therapy and behavioural support for an extra travel fee.
Dr. Cole and Associates are from culturally and racially diverse backgrounds including the Caribbean, UK, Africa and Asia, offer a breadth and depth of skills and experience, and use a wide range of psychological therapies. They work therapeutically across the lifespan (with children, young people, adults and older adults) - those who are experiencing a range of mental health difficulties, trauma, emotional and psychological distress, physical and neurological conditions.
All psychological therapies and interventions are tailor-made to the uniqueness of the individual, child, family or organisation. The aim is to use the best available research evidence and to, therefore, be more effective at improving well-being within a specific timeframe.
— Dad of 8-year-old