“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves”
― Viktor E. Frankl
The BACP definition of counselling/ psychotherapy states that “Counselling and psychotherapy are umbrella terms that cover a range of talking therapies. They are delivered by trained practitioners who work with people over a short or long term to help them bring about effective change and/or enhance their wellbeing”.
It describes a relationship that exists between an individual and a therapist with the aim of reducing distress and increasing resilience learned through the therapeutic relationship.
£45.00 (50 minute)
£65.00 (75 minutes)
You can pay by cash or bank transfer (payment is required 24 hours before session if paying by bank transfer).
A receipt will be provided.
50 minutes, however, on occasion clients have requested longer.
75 minutes upon client request
Sessions start weekly and move to fortnightly as the work progresses. Based on my experience currently, I have weekly clients, fortnightly clients and some clients that like to meet with me once a month or longer than that. However, at this point the piece of work may have finished and they are using this as a space to remain on track.
That depends on what we might be working on. For example, a piece of work on anxiety might be around 8-12 sessions. However, complex needs would require longer. I offer sessions while it is in your best interests and therefore would not be restricting the amount of sessions you need. We can talk about the number of sessions you might need when we meet for the first time. Whatever we decide, I will hold regular reviews with you to ensure the therapy is working okay for you. You have no obligation to remain in therapy for longer than you need.
Weekdays: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Weekends: As required to meet demands