Therapy allows us to explore and understand the challenges we experience and develop a way forward. This journey of self-discovery can lead to a more fulfilling life and meaningful relationships.

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My name is William Fley, and I am a fully qualified integrative psychotherapist.


I am a fully-accredited member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), a member of the British Psychological Society and also a fully-qualified Breathworks mindfulness teacher.  


My work is primarily on-line, and I work with a variety of issues including: Trauma, men's issues, abandonment and belonging, workplace issues.

Opening hours : Wednesday and Fridays 9 till 8pm













Psychotherapist, counsellor, consultant, mindfulness teacher, group and retreat facilitator




  • MA Birkbeck College. University of London.

  • BA (Hons) in Psychology. Richmond American International University, London.

  • Post Graduate Certificate in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, Regent's College, London.

  • Post Graduate Diploma in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, University of Surrey

 Professional Development includes:

  •           Oxford Mindfulness Centre summer school.  Exploring research and best                    practice in MBCT/MBSR. 

  •           Ruth King ,"Race Affinity" Group ( Author of "Mindful Race").  Investigation our            racial conditioning and kinship through heart-centred enquiry

  •           The Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program - a 2-Year Training            Program for Teaching Awareness and Compassion-Based practices,                          with Jack Kornfield & Tara Brach

  •           Breathworks mindfulness teacher training - exploring resilience, health and                wellbeing

  •           Director of the Mindfulness Network for People of Colour: exploring                            mindfulness based applications for people of colour. 


Theoretical Approach:

Holistic healing: Psychodynamic, Humanistic, cognitive, mindfulness and eco-psychotherapy.

Professional Details:



Professional memberships and training 

  • MBACP (full accredited membership of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy)

  • UKRCP (United Kingdom Register of Certified Practitioners)

  • APA (American Psychological Association - International affiliate)

  • BPS (British Psychological Society) Graduate member 




Issues I work with:



I provide consultancy and best practice advice to organizations on equality, diversity & inclusion in addition to therapy, workshops and retreats for individuals. 


I run retreats and workshops including: Forest Bathing, Absent Fathers, Empowerment, LGBT, Christmas music & art festival, and 'Breathe' a monthly mindfulness session with international speakers on 'Race & Trauma' - finding resilience and collective healing.   


My clinical practice on Wednesdays and Fridays offers solution-focused, short term therapy and long-term psychodynamic counselling and psychotherapy either face-to-face in West Sussex or on-line via zoom or skype. 


Areas I cover include:


  • Consultancy on best practice in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion 

  • Issues of difference: Belonging & Identity

  • Higher education: Addressing racism and conflict     

  • Bereavement and loss, and transgenerational trauma 

  • Absent fathers: The effects of abandonment, masculinity and intimacy.  

  • Workplace Issues- Employment assistance programs 



Challenges and adversity are opportunities for growth. Trauma forms part of  who we are and part of the inheritance both from our ancestors.  Within this journey is where we find our strengths and resources. My role as a guide or 'witness' in our shared journey is to find  purpose and meaning - strategies for self-empowerment through creativity and using an holistic approach.   


I believe we are all on a constant journey of becoming.  And many of us have now the opportunity of  'tuning into' and listening to our own inherent wisdom, our bodies and each other as we elevate our collective conscious. This process is facilitated through group mindfulness for people of colour. 

I offer a space of reflection, for re-evaluating and restructuring the elements of our psyche which are lost, broken and forgotten within the intersectionality of therapy, retreats and workshops. 

Many people who undergo serious trauma or life-changing events require a holistic approach to treatment; where people are understood and not judged and can be confident in a shared journey and positive outlook. 


Fee structure:


  1.  Organizational consultancy on equality, diversity & inclusion policy (£90 per session) 

  2. Individual therapy sessions: £70  (Clinical hours are Wednesday & Friday 9am - 8pm)  


Face-to-face counselling

Lymington (New Forest) and Midhurst (West Sussex)


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On-line counselling

Employment Assistance programmes, stress & anxiety management


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