Jacquie Keelan


Jacquie Keelan (BA, MA, Adv Dip, MBACP) is an existential psychotherapist, an approach that does not pathologise emotional suffering but looks instead at how individuals uniquely experience the world. Existential therapy typically explores client’s lived experience in terms of relationships; emotional well-being; and values, choices and sense of purpose.

Jacquie has eight years’ experience working with clients in the NHS, charities and private practice. She currently counsels at Paul's Cancer Care, London and Camden Women and Health, London.

Private clients can contact her at [email protected] and find further information here.

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