Therapy: Free initial phone consultation - Assessment and subsequent session cost £80 per session (1 hour). Discounted rates for block bookings available.
Therapy: Free initial phone consultation. Assessment and subsequent session cost charged at £80 per session (1 hour).
Home visits charged at £120 per session (1 hour).
Supervision: £100 per session (60 minutes). Block bookings available payable in advance at a reduced cost.
Specialist LTC / CBT Supervision: £100 per session (60 minutes).
Please contact us to discuss any individual needs which are not mentioned as above. All sessions can be offered via Skype* or telephone as appropriate to meet your individual requirements.
We offer block bookings at reduced rates, such as bookings that can be made one month ahead or a set amount of sessions agreed in advance. Following your first session which would be an assessment of your needs, your therapist will be able to discuss any treatment recommendations and an idea of the amount of sessions that may be appropriate to your difficulties in most cases.
We offer block bookings and packages to companies and organisations, such as where there may be multiple employees accessing therapy. Please feel free to discuss with us your individual or business requirements.
Card payments can be made via our website or at your session by card or cash. We are also happy to send invoices if required, however payment is required before your session or at your session.
Cancellations and rescheduling of appointments can be made, we ask where possible 48 hours notice is given to avoid incurring at 50% charge, however we are happy to discuss individual requirements to encourage and enable you to access therapy.
Affordability & Subsidized rates
We are currently working on ways in which to gain additional funding in order to create subsidized rates. This is specifically for individuals wishing to access therapy who are also diagnosed with long term physical health conditions. Reduction in rates will be considered where affordability to access therapy may cause financial strain. The hope to be able to offer subsidized rates in the future is with an overall aim of making private therapy as accessible as possible (Also see The Equality Act 2010).