Harley St. | Cambridge | Camden

Harley St.

We qEEG/ERP "Brain Maps" and Neurofeedback in Harley St.


We Educational & Psychologicl Assessment as well as qEEG/ERP and Neurofeedback in Cambridge


We do the workshops in Camden

London Neurology & Pain Clinic:

Top Floor,
100 Harley Street,

Getting There:

The nears tube stations are:
Regent’s Park: is a 6 minutes walk.
Great Portland Street​: is a 6 minutes walk.
Baker Street: is a 12 minutes walk  
Oxford Circus: is a 13 minutes walk.
Transport For London: Journey Planner and current information about transport in London

Parking is £4.40 per hour from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm Monday till Saturday.


Learning Recovery:

For qEEG (Brain Maps), Assessments and Neurofeedback:

182 King Hedges Road

Tel: + 44 (0) 1223 528 755

Getting There:

Cambridge North is the nears train station:

Trains go to London, Kings Cross once or twice an hour and on to Brighton.
1.5 miles
Car: 8 mins
Bus: 18 min
Walk: 26 min
Bike: 8 min

Cambridge main station:

Trains go 4 to 6 times an hour to London Kings Cross.
3.4 miles
Car: 17 mins
Bus: There are 3 buses:

30  min – every 20 min
3 min Walk

20 to 40 min
every 20 min
10 min Walk

30 to 45 min
1 min Walk

Walk: 1 h 10 min
Bike: 19 min

There is parking on the drive and it is free to park on the road.

The Open University

London Regal Office
1-11 Hawley Crescent
London, NW1 8NP

Getting There:

Camden Town Underground station is on the Northern Line (The black line) and Camden Road is on the London Overground (The Orange line). They are both a short walk from the Open University Camden Centre.

 By Bus:
Buses: C2, 24, 27, 29, 31, 46, 88, 134, 168, 214, 253, 274
Transport For London:
Journey Planner and current information about transport in London

See Parkopedia.

By Car:

There is no parking available at the OU regional centre, except there is one parking bay for Blue Badge holders in the basement (used by prior arrangement) and there is one Blue Badge directly outside the main door of the building.
There is limited metered parking in the area but they are expensive and the traffic wardens are very… shall we say efficient.
There is plenty of parking garages but it is expensive.
Sainsbury’s have a 2 hour parking just at the end of the road. (2 minute walk)

Contact Us

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Tony Steffert

47 c Christchurch Av.
London, NW6 7BB

W:  qeeg.co.uk
E: tony@qeeg.co.uk
P: + 44 (0) 7966 484 289