ADADSU (Adapt-Advance-Succeed) is a London-based company that provides psychotherapy and coaching, equine assisted psychotherapy and learning, complementary health services and educational information in an integrative way to maintain improved mind-body-spirit health and wellbeing.

ADADSU is a unique personalised concept that helps individuals to ADapt to their problematic situations, ADvance beyond their perceived limitations and SUcceed in moving forward and more sustainably achieve their desired outcomes.

Find out about our unique approach, our philosophy, our mission and our values behind ADADSU. The ADADSU approach is not narrowly focused on one single therapeutic model, but draws on a variety of psychotherapeutic and complementary health approaches in an integrative and personalised way. You can also read more about the founder and co-director, Lara Just, and the team of collaborative healthcare professionals.

Find out about psychotherapy and other related services offered at ADADSU to see how our approach could help you. You can also find answers to all the frequently asked questions about psychotherapy. At ADADSU, we provide the best possible personalised solutions to help you improve all levels of your mind-body-spirit health and wellbeing.


Before you start therapy you will first be asked to come for an assessment session and meet your therapist. During your first session some more general things will be covered, like your main reasons for seeking help, a brief family and health history and some other details. Fees for psychotherapy and other services are listed in this section.


Our main practice in Central London is a 10 minute walk from King’s Cross and St Pancras stations (Victoria, Northern, Circle, Metropolitan, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City underground lines, and overground rail services). It is also a 10 minute walk from Russell Square underground (Piccadilly line) and Chancery Laneunderground (Central line). Use this section to find further directions and to book your appointment.

This section provides more information on the different therapies and approaches. It can be quite confusing to know which one to choose and which approach may be most helpful to you. Your therapist can talk to you about the most suitable options for your needs. However, if you are keen to learn more, see this section for a list of therapies and definitions.

This section contains a number of useful resources. This includes information handouts, links to mental health and wellbeing as well as other complementary health websites, and short information videos. A feature that will soon be added is a list of useful academic references on the effectiveness of psychotherapy and other approaches.