Helping individuals to heal and thrive after adverse experiences.
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If So, Counselling & Psychotherapy Can Help
Therapy can help you to better manage and cope with a number of things, including issues with relationships, bereavement, anger, stress, depression and issues with self-esteem. This list is by no means exhaustive. Therapy can help with long-term physical health problems, difficult life events such as losing your job, divorce, trauma (PTSD) and many other issues. Sometimes, simply speaking to a professional can make all the difference. Friends may not always understand, whereas a counsellor and psychotherapist can offer understanding and provide clarity, while you speak in a safe, confidential space.
To give you a safe place to talk to a trained professional without judgement.
To help you make sense of difficult feelings/emotions and to better support the understanding of yourself.
To help you resolve complicated issues or psychological symptoms, or find better ways to manage them.
To help you to recognise unhelpful patterns and/or behaviours, and find ways to change them (if you want to).
To gain confidence in your relationships with others.
To help you negotiate a difficult life transition.
To help you to undo criticism and enhance self-care.
There are many benefits to therapy. It is recognised as a preventative measure and a form of self-care in managing difficult feelings before they get worse.
I am not currently taking any new clients.
I offer remote therapy (usually via Zoom or Teams) on a one to one basis, lasting for one hour, can be a single one-off session, weekly or for a longer duration, all of which is negotiable to suit your needs.
During our sessions together, you’ll be able to come exactly as you are. In our first session, you can tell me what your experiences have been like and if therapy were to go well, how you think you might be living differently, as a result. I can also answer any questions you might have and then we can explore how best I might help you.
Fees can often vary between therapists and this can be due to numerous factors, dependent upon; qualifications and experience, registration /accreditation status and additional post-qualifying specialisms.
My session fee is £55 per hour and £25 thereafter for each additional 30 minutes. Payment is due, via bank transfer prior to sessions.
If you are unable to afford my full fee, I offer a limited number of places in my practice with reduced fee sessions – please feel free to ask.
My supervision fee is £70 per 90 minute session. I am an integrative practitioner and work within the ethical framework of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists.