APPOINTMENTS AND FEES
It is fundamental that you are able to find a counsellor that is the right fit for you.
Therefore, in order to help you to make this important decision I am happy to offer you a FREE (no obligation) online consultation. This would give us a change to discuss what has brought you to counselling and decide if we would like to work together.
After the consultation session you may need some time to reflect upon what you want to do next. If you feel that we are the right fit, then we can arrange further regular online weekly counselling sessions.
Individual self-funding (insurance have their own set fees) Counselling sessions are charged on a sliding scale between £45- £125 per 50-minute counselling session,
depending on how much you can afford to pay. I charge in this way in order to try to make counselling accessible and affordable to as many people as possible.
Psychotherapy - £45.00-£125.00 (people on a higher salary can expect to pay more)
I have a limited number of low cost and concessionally rate appointments available for Pensioners, the Unemployed and Students.
Couples Counselling - £60.00 -£125
In addition to offering counselling and psychotherapy to self-funded individuals. I am also approved by and recognised with the main health insurance providers; therefore, I offer counselling and psychotherapy to clients who will be funding their sessions in this way.
The health insurance provides I work with include AXA PPP, Aviva, Vitality Health (formally PruHealth), Helix and Aetna.
If you would like to fund your psychotherapy sessions through your private health insurance policy, please contact your insurer first prior to starting therapy with me.
I operate a cancellation policy, if you need to cancel before 48hrs there will be no charge, however if you cancel within less than 48hrs, the full fee will be charged.
If you are late for the session, I will need to finish at our normal
finishing time, as I am likely to have another booked in after you.
"You can't stop the waves, but you can learn how to surf"