About The Wren

The Wren is a Centre for Natural Health and Counselling bringing complementary therapies to the heart of the City of London.

It is housed in the converted tower of the old St. Dunstan’s in the East church, a Grade I listed building, originally designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The major part of this building was destroyed during the Blitz, leaving only the nave walls and the tower standing.

The clinic consists of several comfortably furnished consulting rooms, sympathetically decorated to complement the architecture and materials of the original Wren building.

Visitors arriving for appointments may wait in our reception area. In fine weather they may also enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the award-winning public garden created by the City Corporation within the walls of the nave. 

You are welcome to telephone or visit our reception between the hours of 10am-1pm, 2pm-5pm Monday to Friday, where you can talk to our Clinic Coordinators who can help you with your queries, provide further information about our services and make appointments.

The Wren Clinic was established in 1990 with support from The All Hallows House Foundation Development Trust. All profits go to The All Hallows House Foundation for Education, Prevention and Research into Holistic Care. Both are affiliated to All Hallows by the tower church and its Business Houses Council, which share the aim of enhancing the well-being of people living and working in the City.