Welcome to Thrive with Simon

Here’s how I can help

Hi, I’m Simon Mason and I’m a fully qualified and experienced Thrive Programme Consultant and Psychotherapist providing fast, effective and lasting help for sufferers of many symptoms. I work regularly from my practices in  North London, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire

Feel free to browse my website to see exactly how I can help you turn your life around. For more information, you can click on the ‘symptoms’ link above. If you’d like further details, I’d be more than happy to chat so call me at my Aylesbury Clinic on 01296 583789 or my mobile on 07789 600 199.

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Aaron’s amazing story…


“I was introduced to the Thrive programme and had six sessions with Simon Mason, and I can honestly say it was a revelation to me and has completely changed my life. I have been more in control than I have ever been and I feel better about myself than I ever have. After six weeks I see a positive rosy future for myself and my son. So a big thanks to Simon”
T.A.S. Consulted for low self-esteem and alcohol problems
“Simon is so easy to talk to. He is intelligent, challenging, funny, sharp and seemed to get a real understanding of who I am very quickly. He knew how to question me in such a way that would make me think about aspects of my beliefs in a different way. “
Zosia, 38
“I feel I can now deal with whatever life throws at me and use the energy I was wasting worrying in a positive way. Thank you so much Simon!”
Steve. Consulted for anxiety & fear of public speaking

Video Testimonials

It’s often best to hear from those that have first hand experience of The Thrive Programme. I have put together some great video testimonials, please click below to find out more.

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Skype Sessions

If travelling or distance is a factor, or if indeed you are living abroad, I can be available to conduct the consultation and sessions over webcam using skype, please click below to find out more.

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Simon’s Latest Blog

Self-esteem is perhaps the most under-valued part of what makes up our mental health. At worst, it can lead you to do things you’d never normally consider doing – poor relationship choice, drinking heavily and substance abuse are classic symptoms of low self-esteem – but at best it can propel you to achievements and courses of action that are immeasurably good for your well-being. Self-esteem is a powerful tool for good, or bad.

Self-esteem refers to how you feel about yourself. It’s your overall view of you as a person, good or bad. A self-critique, if you like. Naturally, if you have a negative view of yourself, your self-esteem will…

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