You can pay for your appointment in various ways; in-person with cash, most major cards, by bank transfer or via PayPal.
It’s clear that there are times where cancelling a booked appointment may be necessary. However, it should be stressed that when booking an appointment, the service provider has committed that time and the facilities to that booking and contract. You are buying something of value, whether it is possible to attend or not. Continue reading “What is your cancellation policy?” »
I am looking into getting some help for my son who is 25 and suffering from anxiety. Continue reading “Can you help with anxiety?” »
I have suffered with anxiety and depression on and off for probably 10 years. Continue reading “Is there long term therapy available from the NHS?” »
I suffer from depression, pent up frustrations, impatience, tiredness and negativity. Continue reading “Are you able to assist with these?” »
Fees are available via discussion and without obligation. Read this to help you determine the value, rather than simply numbers!
Appointments can be arranged between 10am and 7pm from Monday to Friday. Late afternoon and early evening are most popular.
Each session is at least one hour, but longer sessions can be provided on a pro rata basis.
Simply call or drop me a line to discuss.
Individuals of all ages (above 8 years) for matters arising from family disharmony, relationships at home, school or work. Continue reading “Who can book an appointment with you?” »
Building trust, and maintaining confidentiality, is a fundamental condition therapists must take great care to build and preserve. Continue reading “Will everything remain confidential? ” »
I just wanted some ‘peace’; my mind was constantly ‘chattering’ from when I awoke in the morning – to last thing at night.
Counselling is essentially an interactive, human, and personal experience between two people and requires commitment of time and effort to create an effective process for both therapist and client. Continue reading “What should I expect from counselling?” »