Services & Cost
Counselling and Psychotherapy
Counselling and Psychotherapy can be of help for
- Personal Growth
- Reaction to trauma
- Handling difficulties in personal relationships
- Addictive behaviour problems e.g. substance misuse, technology/internet use
- Family matters
- Immediate and long-term effects of emotional abuse
- Anger difficulties
- Coping with life changes
- Other issues
Brief or longer term counselling, or psychotherapy will be offered following an initial assessment session.
Individual and Couple Counselling
About the Counselling Sessions:
Counselling is offered in a private room where your confidentiality will be respected at all times.
Any personal information you disclose will be held by me in accordance with current Data Protection procedures.
In exploring your present difficulties I will assist you to gain an in-depth understanding of underlying tensions and anxieties that may be holding you back from achieving your aims, and from developing confidence in your relationships with others.
I remain sensitive to the unique experience of each person in a couple and how their relationship needs are met.
Appointments can be arranged by e-mail or by phone.
Appointments are normally weekly.
Self-referrals and enquiries from GP’s, health care services and social services are welcome.
Unfortunately, I do not operate a ‘drop-in’ service but do aim to answer all enquiries within 24 hours so that waiting time is kept to a minimum.
1-1 Counselling: £50 (50 minutes) Assessment £55
Couple Counselling: £55 (50 minutes) Assessment £60
Concession rates are only available for weekday daytime appointments only.
All student rates £25 per 50 minute session for weekday daytime appointments only.
Telephone Counselling: £50 for 50 minute session or £25 for 30 minute session
(please visit Telephone Counselling page for more information)
Unfortunately, I am unable to extend the 50 minute appointment time should you find you arrive late for the session.