The first appointment is an initial assessment; this will assist me to consider your difficulties to provide counselling which will support you to best effect. Following the assessment we can discuss treatment options and model of therapy. I will involve you in deciding which theoretical approach will best fit for you.
The number of sessions you will need will vary according to each individual, counselling may be suitable in the short term for helping you to work through sudden emotional painful episodes and counselling can last over a longer period of time depending on the problem. I have experience in working within time limited, six session therapy models.
One session is not a commitment to therapy we can discuss your difficulties in more detail and we can decide if what I offer is what you need at this time.
It is beneficial to book a minimum of three sessions; most clients are helped from booking 6 – 10 sessions. It is helpful to attend weekly or sessions may be arranged fortnight.
The sessions will last for 60 minutes.
My appointments are held:
Day time: Thursday and Friday
Evenings: Later appointments Thursday evenings
The process is simple please let me know when you are available, the time of day you can attend and any flexibility you may have.
My aim is to see clients and offer an assessment appointment as soon as I can this will vary depending on my case load.
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All sessions, including the initial assessment session are payable at the beginning of each session by cash or paid before session by BACS.
Current fees are for a 60 minute session.
Appointments cancelled, postponed, non attendance without 48 hours notice the right to charge for the session is reserved.
The information contained within this website is for guidance and is not to be a substitute for professional help from a GP or other qualified health professional practitioner.