Deciding on whether or not to see someone for therapy can be a tough undertaking, so I’ve listed some information you may find helpful
The first session:
I usually meet for an initial session where I can listen to you and your needs and hear about what has brought you to therapy as well as your hopes and expectations. I will ask you some questions and you may want to know more about the way I work, so we can talk about that too. If I think I can help you I will suggest ways we may be able to work together and if that suits you, how we can move forward. If I am not the right match for you, I will try to give you information about other options that maybe more suitable.
Frequency of sessions
Each session is 50 minutes and usually takes place at the same time every week. The commitment to regular meetings is an important part of the counselling or psychotherapy process, and helps to create a foundation for the work you will be undertaking.
Fees and payments
My fees range between £65-£85. I will discuss that with you at in the first session. Payments are made by bacs prior to the session or in advance, whichever is most convenient.
Fees for Therapeutic Fostering training, support groups and one to one sessions are available on request.
The information will be listed with the course information or link.
I will take time off at Christmas, Easter, and the summer holidays. I will give you as much notice as possible and of course you will not be charged for these.
If I can I will try to find another slot in the same week, if you are not able to attend. However, if this is not possible I charge for all missed sessions.
What do I do now?
If you would like to talk about starting therapy or ask any questions, please call me for a free initial discussion on 07714309574 or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org