Therapy sessions are usually weekly and last 50 minutes. I can see clients more frequently if required. I can also offer online sessions via Zoom if required.
Sessions generally take place at the same time and day each week. The number of sessions depends on the issue you bring to therapy. Usually an initial 6 sessions is recommended with ongoing therapy to be discussed between us at that point.
Current fees are £40 per session.
Low Cost Counselling
I also have a limited number of low-cost spaces. I am happy to discuss lower fees if:
You are a Carer
You are in receipt of Government Benefit
You are a Student
Current evidence of any of the above will be required.
How Do I Pay?
Fees are payable either in cash or by card on the day of the appointment.
Cancellations within 24 hours of an appointment will be charged at the full rate. Outside of this there will be no charge.
The First Meeting
I offer a free, no obligation introductory session. Then you can decide whether or not I’m the right counsellor for you. Why not call or text me for a free, friendly, informal chat?
Training & Experience
My training is in Transactional Analysis with additional training in Person Centred Counselling Skills. I have also undertaken advanced training for Psychotherapy.
Bsc.(Hons) Psychology (First Class)
Diploma in Counselling
National Counselling Society (NCS) (Accredited Registrant)
UK Association of Transactional Analysis (UKATA) (RTE Diploma Member)
I practice in accordance with their codes of ethics.
I have also attended advanced training in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy.
I undergo regular supervision and I am committed to regular Continued Professional Development.
During my 7 years of training I was a counsellor at the Shinewater Shaftesbury Centre in Eastbourne from February 2016 until June 2019. I was also a volunteer counsellor at Horizon Community Learning in St Leonards on Sea for 18 months until May 2018.
I have worked with a diverse range of clients with a wide range of issues. I also have experience of working with Adults with mild or moderate learning difficulties.