Frequently Asked Questions

It can be overwhelming to know where to start when you are looking for help and support but I will try to make the process as easy as possible so that you feel accepted, heard, understood and supported with whatever is causing you difficulty at this time.

Here are some common questions to help alleviate any initial concerns. For any other questions you may have please feel free to message me.

What can I expect from therapy?

To be supported

To be accepted

To be respected

To be heard

Will sessions be confidential?

Please be assured all of our sessions will be confidential between us, unless there is cause for your safety and wellbeing, but this will be discussed further in our initial assessment session.

How many sessions will I need?

This will be dependent on your personal difficulties and you are not limited to a specific number of sessions. A regular review will be undertaken where we will discuss progress so far and whether counselling is still required/necessary.

How often will I need to attend?

To make the most out of counselling and to ensure the best chance of success, counselling sessions usually take place once a week and are 50 minutes in length. However if you would like less regular appointments this can be discussed.

Can I end my counselling at any time?

You are in control of your sessions and are free to end your therapy at any time.

How much are sessions?

Initial no-obligation assessment (50 Minutes) - £40

Individual counselling session (50 Minutes) - £50

What happens if I decide to make contact?

After making initial contact we can arrange a no obligation assessment session. This session allows us to meet and talk about what is troubling you together with what you would like to gain from counselling. It also gives you the opportunity to ask any questions and decide if you would like to commence your counselling together.

If at the end of our session you feel that counselling may not be suitable for you there is no obligation to book any further sessions.

It’s important that you feel comfortable in your therapy.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or would like to arrange an appointment.

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