Daytime and evening appointments available.
The first introductory session will be about assessing your needs, and ensuring that we are comfortable working together. This session is an opportunity for us to meet and discuss your concerns, and what you wish to gain from your counselling sessions.
Having an agreed contract of work can help to minimise the number of sessions by keeping them focussed.
I want to ensure that your sessions are effective and that you are able to accomplish what you initially set out to achieve. At the end of the first session you should have more of an idea what counselling is, what it can do for you, and how I work as a practitioner. Hopefully, at this point we will have a good idea of how many sessions you would like, and whether you are happy to continue your counselling with me.
There is no obligation to continue to attend sessions with me, you are not committed to a set number of sessions, if you wish to stop at any time that is completely your decision.
Length of Sessions
CBT – 50 minutes
Person-Centred – 50 minutes
Birth Trauma Recovery – 1 hour 30 minutes (initial session) 50 minutes remaining two sessions. (Additional sessions of CBT or Person-Centred may be required)
Person-Centred – £45 per session
CBT – £45 per session
Birth Trauma Recovery – £150 (inclusive of all three sessions)
Concessions are offered to counsellors in training who are fulfilling personal therapy commitments – £30
Concessions are offered to University students undertaking a full-time course of more than 12 contact hours a week, attending counselling during the day – £30
Terms: You will need to request the student discount when booking your appointment and provide evidence of your student status at your initial session.