About Our Service

The service was established by Judi Keshet-Orr and Jean Miller, who between them have over 40 years of experience of working with couples, family members and individuals who are in conflict, crisis or simply trying to make sense of their lives and the difficulties or challenges which may be facing them.

The two of us will work together with you. We find that this helps each person feel confident that their voice will be heard in the session and their concerns noted and addressed, helping to ensure impartiality. The presence of both of us also helps to ensure an efficient pace so that more can be achieved in a smaller number of sessions. We understand that clients do not usually want this work to be a long, protracted affair. We believe that by working as a partnership, we can help to meet these needs.

  • We come to the work with a solid grounding in interpersonal work, and are both accredited practitioners in the field of relationship and couples therapy as well as having qualified as family mediators.

  • We work with couples, families and friends, enabling you to resolve difficulties in a collaborative way, focussing on achieving the common goals you decide upon, with as little conflict as possible.

  • We are trained family mediators who also have many years of experience in couples and relationship therapy, bringing an understanding of how to help clients to communicate in a positive way.

  • Our service is open to anybody experiencing conflict or problems within their relationships including separating or divorcing couples who may be experiencing difficulties agreeing arrangements for their children.

  • We work with people in civil partnerships, same sex relationships, co-habiting couples and couples who might decide to reconcile, as well as those who are divorcing.

  • Clients bring any issues which are challenging an extended family, including grandparents, who, for example, may be encountering difficulties over contact with their grandchildren.

We work from a position of egalitarianism, with a non-biased practice and open communication, working with client(s) to support and guide them to a positive resolution.

We are based in Muswell Hill and Finchley, within easy reach of Crouch End, Highgate and East Finchley in North London, Barnet, Finchley, Hampstead and much of North West London.

Judi Keshet-Orr

Judi is a consultant psychosexual and relationship psychotherapist. She has over 30 years of clinical, teaching, mentoring, consulting and supervisory experience.

Judi was the first person in the UK to be awarded an MSc in Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy. She is also one of the few people in the UK to hold the European Certificate in Psychotherapy. Judi holds COSRT/UKCP accreditation alongside COSRT supervisor recognition. Judi is a Fellow of COSRT.

Judi has worked within the corporate, statutory and non-statutory working environments.

Judi has co-founded several successful organisations and training programmes.

Judi has contributed to several academic journals, published a number of articles, spoken on radio and appeared on television both in the UK and overseas. She is a regular conference speaker and work shop facilitator in the UK and abroad whilst also maintaining links with a major international organisational development consultancy working in developing countries.

In 2014 Judi was awarded accredited status with the Accredited Voluntary Register through the National Counselling Society.

The AVR scheme was set up by the Department of Health to ensure that the public are able to choose safe, ethical and competent professionals for their health and social care needs.

Judi leads a busy private practice in London.


Jean Miller

Jean Miller has been working as a psychosexual and relationship therapist with couples and individuals for 16 years. She trained at Regent's College and The Whittington Hospital and gained BASRT (now COSRT) accreditation in 2001. She uses a humanistic integrative approach to her work.

Since then she has taken a Diploma in working with adolescents from a psychodynamic perspective, which has helped to inform her understanding of psychosexual development. She also has a Diploma in supervision and consultancy, and is also COSRT accredited as a supervisor. She is also UKCP and BACP registered. Jean has a growing practice as a supervisor of counsellors and psychotherapists, as well as psychosexual and relationship therapists. She is the nominated psychosexual and relationship supervisor for Ealing Abbey Counselling Service

Jean also trains couples and other therapists on a number of training courses and has been appointed Course Director of a new Counselling and Psychotherapy Foundation Training Course.