I offer a free 30 minute introductory session, after that my fee is £40 per 50 minute session.
Please call or email me to arrange an initial appointment.
Availability: Monday daytime, Monday evenings and Thursday evenings.
If you call me I’ll ask you to give some brief details about why you’re seeking counselling to see if I will be the best person to help you. If you’d like we can then arrange a time for a free 30 minute video call to talk more about what you’re experiencing. I’ll ask for your email address so I can send you the link to the meeting.
If I’m away or in another session when you try to call you might go through to voicemail – if that happens you can either leave a message with your name and number (or email), and I will contact you back as soon as I can. Alternatively if you don’t want to leave a message you can always email me instead.
If you email me I’ll reply to arrange a time for our free 30 minute video-call, as well as sending you through a link to the meeting.
What happens in our initial appointment?
In that first half-an-hour video call I will ask you a little more about what your experience is and why you’re looking for a counsellor. It’s also an opportunity for you to ask any questions of me and how I work.
Towards the end of the meeting I will ask you if you’d like to arrange regular counselling with me, or if you’d like more time to think about it. If we arrange a time and day that works for you, then I will send you an email confirming what we agreed and how to arrange payment.
How many sessions will I offer?
There’s no limit to the number of sessions we can have together, but equally there is no expectation from me that you should be committed to counselling for a certain period of time. In other words, we can have as many or as few sessions as suits you.
What is the cost?
I offer the initial 30 minute appointment for free. After that the cost is £40 per 50 minute counselling session. This is my fee for online work. If we move to working face-to-face I may have to review my hourly fee, which I’ll discuss with you if and when that comes up.