I offer face-to-face and online counselling or a mixture of both, and normally see clients Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Counselling can be either for a fixed, mutually agreed number of sessions or open-ended.

Sessions are held at the same time each week and last 50 minutes.

Please note that I currently have availability mostly for online counselling, and some availability for in-person sessions. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

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I realise that the cost of therapy is significant for most people and I try to keep my fees as low as possible. Currently, my standard fee is £80. The initial session costs £40. I reserve some lower-cost sessions for those who would benefit from financial support. Please contact me to discuss this.

Payments are preferably made by bank transfer and are payable in advance of each session. If you need to cancel a session I require at least 48 hours’ notice, otherwise the fee remains payable.

Therapy can be seen as an investment in yourself and private counselling may be the right choice if you want to start changing the way your feel now.

  • It can be a way of avoiding the long waiting lists that the NHS and metal health charities may have.
  • It enables you to choose and vary your preferred ways of working in therapy.
  • It allows flexibility in terms of the number of sessions required, which is decided by mutual agreement.
  • Equally, it enables adaptability regarding the format for the sessions (face to face, online, a mixture of both).

You may prefer to fund therapy yourself but it is also possible to use an individual or work-based health insurance policy (see below). Alternatively, your employer may have an employee assistance programme policy, which is worth asking them about.

It may be possible to use your health insurance to cover the cost of sessions.

My practice is registered with several health insurers, including: Aviva, Axa, Cigna, Vitality, and WPA.

If you have obtained pre-authorised sessions, your insurance company will be billed directly. When this is not the case, you will be required to pay me first and then claim reimbursement from your insurance company.