MAKING AN APPOINTMENT AND FEES
ACCESS TO THE SERVICE
The counselling and psychotherapy service is open to all, regardless of race, religious affiliation, mental or physical disability. The Witney Therapy Centre is, however, located on the first floor and there is no lift access. So, if you have a physical disability, please call me and we can discuss an alternative arrangement such as telephone, FaceTime or Skype sessions.
I work with both individuals, couples and groups.
Although there is no upper age limit, I do not see people under the age of 16.
Please call me on 07899 891 992. You will probably get my answering service. However, please leave a message and a convenient time to call you back and I will return your call as soon as I can, usually within 24 hours. My message service is secure and confidential.
Or you can email me at [email protected] or by clicking on the link on the right of this screen.
Individual Counselling/Psychotherapy sessions: £58-£70
Couples sessions: £75
Supervision: £65 private individuals (Trainees: £60)/£70 organisations
Where I operate a fee scale, I ask that you pay what you feel you can afford on this scale. I'm happy to talk this through with you on the phone or in a first consultation.
Individual block of 8 Sessions: £350 (£43.75 per 45 minute session). 50%/£175 is payable at the first session and the balance of £175 is payable at session 5
8 week Mindfulness Skills course: £275 (£75 deposit secures your place; balance payable before course starts)
6 week Mindful Self-Compassion course: £210 (£75 deposit secures your place; balance payable before course starts)
Drop In Group: £20 per session (payable each session)
Harmonising Self-Development Process:
10 sessions of one and a quarter hours: £690. £345 is payable at the first session and the balance of £345 at the third session.
Fees are payable by cash or cheque made payable to me or you can pay by bank transfer if you prefer. If so, I ask that payment is made to me the day before we meet.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT IN THE FIRST APPOINTMENT
The first session is a chance to discuss the issues you want to talk about, and to ask any questions you might have about the process and what's involved.
It is not always a long-term commitment; for some people a course of brief therapy is equally valuable.