Private therapy is a charged service that allows quicker access to treatment so you don’t have to wait long to get help. With you and your therapist working hard through this journey, committed to overcoming your problems, it can be considered an investment in your well being.
Initial brief telephone chat (up to 15 mins) is free of charge.
If you decide to start therapy, the cost is £60 per session (50 minutes).
Sessions are usually conducted once a week, at the same time and day.
If you are not in a position to pay the full fee due to difficult financial circumstances, please do not hesitate to discuss this when you get in touch. I do adjust my fee for such exceptional situations where a client believes they will struggle to pay.
If you are looking for free therapy, NHS offers that option, but you are not able to choose your therapist. Please note, I don’t currently work for the NHS.
To search for your free local NHS talking therapy service please use the link below:
Therapists at the NHS are trained to be culturally sensitive, most therapist will try to take your background into perspective and this may work well for some people. You can access these services through your GP or directly self-refer. There will usually be a waiting list, but many services may also offer other options like text-based/chat therapy, group therapy, computerised programs etc depending on your presenting problems, which are quicker to access.