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Therapy sessions are at the same time and day, every week, last for 50 minutes and are confidential. Counselling is a process that involves self reflection. The sessions are not rushed, and it is important that you experience the therapy at your own pace. I offer ongoing open ended and short term therapy.

My fee for ongoing therapy fee ranges from £70 for a fifty minute session. We would discuss this in the first session, setting an amount which feels appropriate to your financial situation.
The fee for the first session is £70.

Insurance Companies.
I am registered with the following insurance companies: Aviva, AXA , BUPA, Vitality Health & WPA . The fee for for insurance sponsored therapy varies and depends on which company it is. Please ask for details.
You will need to verify your health insurance coverage when you arrange your first appointment.
Many local businesses use these insurance companies - do check with your employer or your partner's employer to see whether you might be eligible to have your fees paid.


Is it confidential?
Yes. As a fully accredited member of the BACP I adhere strictly to its code of ethics which requires confidentiality with consultative support.

How long is a session?
Therapy sessions are 50 minutes long.

How regularly will I come for therapy?
Usually you may come for weekly therapy sessions.

How do I contact you?
If you would like to have an initial conversation with me, please feel free to call me on
07787 116687

If I am not immediately available, please leave your number and I will call you back as soon as I am able. Let me know a good time of the day to ring, as you may be working or unavailable to speak.

Alternatively, you may wish to make the initial contact by email, so just CLICK HERE to send me a message.

How do I make an appointment for an Initial Session?
If you would like to make an appointment for an initial session with me, please either call on 07787 116687, or to contact me by email just click here , and we can arrange a suitable time to meet.

What does being a Registered and Accredited member of the BACP mean?
Being registered/accredited with the BACP means that I have achieved a substantial level of training and experience that is approved by the BACP, a national organisation

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