Costs | Initial Consultation | Cancellations | Location | Contract
Couples counselling is weekly and can be either short term (4-12 sessions) or long-term (12 or more).
50minute sessions are £50.
Family counselling is weekly, fortnightly or monthly and can be either short term (4-12 sessions) or long-term (12 or more). These are always 60 minutes at £50.
Individual counselling is weekly and can be either short term (4-12 sessions) or long-term (12 or more). These are always 50minute sessions at £50.
I have allocated slots that are at reduced rates for non-paid carers and students.
It’s important for you to get the right counsellor.
I offer a reduced rate of £45 for this session, where you can see how it feels to work with me and decide if you wish to continue. There is no obligation. This initial session, is also for me to see if I can offer you the best form of counselling. It maybe after this time together, I refer you to a different counsellor or a more specialised service.
I have a 48hour cancellation policy. If this is not given I will charge the full amount of the session. Payments are made in advance of each session.
Notice of holidays is given two weeks in advance, unless there are unforeseen difficulties or circumstances – which will then be discussed.
I have recently re-located from London to Sheffield. I work in S11, just off the popular Ecclesall Road near Hunters Bar roundabout. Parking is available, regular buses and easy walking distance from the University, Botanical Gardens, Greystones and Broomhill. I offer online counselling – via Zoom, Teams, Skype and FaceTime – particularly as I work with people nationally/internationally, not just locally.
Depending on availability, I offer face to face sessions, mornings, daytime & evenings.
I agree to provide you a safe, non-judgemental space which is confidential. However, this confidentiality becomes limited if I feel anyone is at risk of harm, especially a child, then I will consult with you and take appropriate action.
I work to the professional and ethical guidelines of the BACP – please see www.bacp.co.uk/ethicalframework
I am regularly supervised, by a supervisor who is independent and works to the BACP ethical framework.
I undertake frequent continuous professional development, training courses and read research to keep my knowledge and work up to date and beneficial to clients.
I am fully insured to work in private practice and provide you with an agreement that we both sign when therapy begins.