Frequently Asked Questions
7 Is coming to therapy a sign of weakness?
No, accessing therapy is a sign of strength, an acknowledgement that something is not 'quite right' and having the bravery to acknowledge this and want to do something about it.
How long will sessions last?
How many sessions do you offer?
I offer short and long-term therapy. My usual practice is to contract initially for 6 sessions and we review this at the 5th session.
What will it cost me?
In terms of money depending on your personal circumstances between £30-£40 per session. The initial assessment appointment £20. You can pay weekly or be invoiced monthly in arrears.
In terms of time 50 minutes per session.
In terms of commitment that you will attend regularly on time, and let me know if you are unable to attend.
What is my safeguard?
I am supervised regularly as a therapist by a qualified clinical supervisor.
I am a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. I adhere to their code of practice. This protects us both as therapist and client. For further information contact www.bacp.co.uk
What is the procedure if I wish to book an appointment?
Contact me by e-mail.
Contact me be phone 07714215761.
We will then hold an assessment appointment to ascertain that we can work together and I am able to help you. This will cost £20. There is no obligation to enter into therapy with me.