About Tim

Tim Foskett is an individual and group psychotherapist with over 25 years experience of working with people and groups.  He is accredited by the UK Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners and the UK Council for Psychotherapy.

He is a director of North London Group Therapy and Loving Men+, and is a founder member and served on the Board of the International Conscious Movement Teachers Association until 2020. He holds a BSc in Psychology from the University of Wales, and has trained in Person-Centred and Existential Counselling and Groupwork at City University (1991 - 1994), Counselling Psychology at PHYSIS (1997) and Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapy at Spectrum (2000 - 2005).




He is also a qualified 5Rhythms® movement practice teacher. Tim has worked in a variety of settings, as a trainer, counsellor, psychotherapist, researcher, manager and movement practice teacher. He is a Clinical Associate with Pink Therapy, and an Advanced Accredited Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversities Therapist.

For many years Tim led the gay/bi men’s groupwork programme at PACE, London. Tim currently has a private practice in North London where he sees individuals and people in relationships, runs on-going therapy groups for gay/bi men and therapists, and supervises other practitioners.

Tim has a long-standing commitment to Diversity and Inclusion spanning his work on Lesbian and Gay Rights in local government in the 1980s, HIV & AIDS Training in the 1990s, and the ground-breaking PACE groupwork programme in the 2000s which supported unparalleled access for Black, Asian and other men of colour and HIV positive men.  In his therapy practice, and in his work with Loving Men+, Tim aspires to carefully attend to issues of racism, classism, disability, gender identity, ageism, biphobia and transphobia, as well as striving to make therapy and personal development workshops accessible to people on low incomes.

He has written a number of interactive workbooks and two research reports on groupwork which can be found in the Resources & Links section