What is the cost per counselling session?
Individual counselling - from £45 per 50 minute session
Couple counselling - from £45 per 50 minute session
Counselling for children and young people -from £35 per 50 minute session
Family sessions -from £50 per 50 minute session
Considerations can be given to those who are unable to pay the full cost and this will be discussed at the initial session.
What happens next?
Please call me on 07775 794 130 or alternatively you can send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an initial session.
What happens at the initial session?
The initial session will be arranged and a convenient time for you, we will meet together and discuss the best way forward for you; it will be an opportunity for you to clarify any further questions you may have about the counselling process and to ensure you feel comfortable with my way of working.
How many sessions will I need?
Some people only need one session as they are able to gain a new perspective and clear their thoughts, whereas others will require on-going sessions for as long as they are finding the counselling useful. Together we will review at regular intervals so that you can be sure you are gaining the best outcome for you.
How soon can I be seen?
I offer sessions at four locations in order to make it possible for clients to be seen very quickly once they have made contact. Appointments can be arranged either daytime or evening to suit you.
Do you offer home visits?
If you are unable to attend due to mobility problems or a disability I will discuss with you the possibility of a home visit , telephone counselling, or counselling via webcam.
How will I make payments?
I currently do not take a card payment therefore I only accept cash or cheque payments.
What if I need to cancel my appointment?
If you need to cancel your appointment please give as much notice as you can and I will rearrange the appointment for you at a time that is more convenient.
Are you experiencing any of the following?
- Relationship difficulties
- Communication problems
- Separation or divorce
- Sadness, hurt or anger
- Frustration, confusion or despair
- Stress, anxiety or depression
- Mood changes
- A change of family situation or life stage
- A feeling of rejection
- Difficulties living with chronic pain, critical illness or disability
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