Elaine Kasket -

Elaine Kasket


Online services

Write unlimited with me (GoMentor 24/7) US$69/week Try 3 days for free

Confidential online counselling, anytime and anywhere. Write unlimited with me right when you need it. The first 3 days are free.

Write unlimited with me (GoMentor 24/7) US$59/week Try 3 days for free

Confidential online counselling, anytime and anywhere. Write unlimited with me right when you need it. The first 3 days are free.

At GoMentor all online services are provided via a stable and secure platform, which are specially designed for use with psychologists, therapists and coaches. GoMentor's platform for all online sessions is stable and secure (encrypted), which means the security and confidentiality is best in class. The platform is approved by the Danish Psychotherapist Organisation.

Our GoMentor 24/7 product allows you to purchase monthly or weekly subscriptions to GoMentor 24/7 so that you can write directly to your mentor without limitation. Our Video Sessions service allows you to conduct their sessions with your mentor via our secure video platform.

The advantages of having online services mean that there are no physical restrictions for both you and your mentor, it is often much cheaper compared to traditional in-clinic sessions, and has shorter waiting times.

Online sessions require an internet connection and can be used on a PC, Mac or via our app to iPad and iPhone.


With all of the approaches available, and so many types of therapy practitioners, it can be challenging to find the therapist who is right for you. The search for that good fit can be worth it, though. Although the psychotherapeutic process is unique for each individual or couple, there is much research showing that a good relationship with your therapist is fundamental to success - whether "success" means making changes in your life, navigating your way through a rough time, learning to manage challenges, improving your relationships, or just better understanding yourself and your place in the world.

am available for work with adults, couples, and adolescents.

My therapeutic approach is individualised for each client, and I see the therapeutic process as being jointly created between the therapist and the client, making for a unique relationship and a unique piece of work. In adapting my style to what suits you best, I am able to draw upon a variety of theories and techniques: I was trained in and am experienced with cognitive-behavioural, existential, humanistic, psychodynamic, and systemic approaches. Regardless of what kind of therapy you have or what kind of label is attached to it, the most important things are that you feel that therapy is useful and helpful to you and that you feel safe and supported within the relationship.

If we meet for an initial appointment, we will discuss your situation, needs and preferences and will collaboratively arrive at an understanding of how we might proceed. As your needs change, so will the therapy. At intervals I will ask you for feedback to see how you are feeling about our work together.

My training and experience in psychology and psychotherapy spans 15 years and two countries; I am American by origin and have been based in London since 1999.

I hold a Masters in Psychotherapy and Counselling from Regent's College School of Psychotherapy and Counselling (2002). My Doctorate is in Clinical Psychology, from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology (2005). I have worked in a variety of settings, including a psychology department in the National Health Service; a hospital for people with severe and enduring problems; a domestic violence agency; two university counselling centres; and a service that supports people with cancer and their families.

My primary focus currently is private-practice psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and adolescents, and I am a registered Counselling Psychologist. I am also involved in the training of future psychotherapists, as a clinical supervisor; a Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology at London Metropolitan University; and a part-time faculty member of Regent's College School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology.


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