INDIVIDUAL THERAPY with a senior therapist

Our senior therapists are fully qualified and accredited with major accreditation bodies, such as UKCP and BACP.

The cost of an initial consultation is a flat rate of £60 at any time.

Our fees for regular appointments with our senior therapists are £60-£100 per appointment for once weekly appointment basis, depending on the therapist, the time of your appointments and your income level. You can discuss the ongoing fee in the initial consultation with the therapist.

If the fee is to be paid by an insurance firm or your employer, our charge is a flat rate of £100 per appointment.

Please note that in principle our appointments are on a once weekly basis. We do not offer fortnightly appointments.

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY with an associate therapist

Our associate therapists are qualified and working towards accreditation with UKCP or BACP.

The cost of the initial consultation is £50. The fee for appointments with our associate therapists is also £50 per appointment on a once weekly appointment basis.

If the fee is to be paid by an insurance firm or your employer, our charge is a flat rate of £80 per appointment.

Please note that in principle our appointments are on a once weekly basis. We do not offer fortnightly appointments.

COUPLES THERAPY

The cost of an initial consultation is a flat rate of £70 at any time. 

The fees for regular appointments for couple therapy are £70 – £120 per appointment, depending on your joint income as a couple and the time of your appointments. You can discuss the ongoing fee in the initial consultation with the therapist.

Please note that in principle our appointments are on a once weekly basis. We do not offer fortnightly appointments.

LIFE COACHING

The Fee for Life Coaching appointments is a flat rate of £80.00 for both an initial consultation and on-going appointments. Our appointments are in principle on a once weekly basis.

CANCELLATION POLICIES WITH THE SENIOR THERAPISTS

Please note that each of our senior therapists has his/her own cancellation policy. Your therapist should make it clear to you in the first meeting. If aspects of your therapist’s policy are not at all clear, please take the trouble to define them with him/her.

The therapist and you will agree on a ‘regular frequency’ of meetings. Usual frequency is once weekly. In effect then, you will agree with the therapist for a recurring series of appointments. So, meetings that are cancelled, missed or otherwise disrupt the series: they need to have a working policy (pre) agreed that covers such exceptions.

This means that there is often an unspoken understanding at the end of one meeting that you will attend the next because both you and the therapist know and have pre-agreed how often you meet and at what usual time. It is more often the case that you will speak about disruptions and one-off changes to that rhythm rather than confirming it time after time.

If an (next) appointment time and date have been agreed and confirmed, then the therapist will accept cancellations with due notice. Without sufficient notice time, the therapist will have insufficient time to re-organise their diary, and that time will be unproductive. So, without sufficient notice the therapist will expect you to reimburse (pay for) the missed session.