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Let me put your mind to rest

It can be really scary taking those first steps into counselling, and I would like to make it as easy as possible for you where I can. Please see below for some answers you may have about entering into counselling with me. 


I offer a free 20-minute consultation ahead of counselling to ensure the service is right for you.

I charge £55 per 50-minute session with me.

Concessionary rates are available.

Fees are always due 48 hours ahead of each session.


Life is busy we get unwell, have holidays and we may need to cancel.

That's okay, but I do require 48 hours' notice for cancellations otherwise the full fee will be due.

What happens in a session?

There is no typical counselling session. I am trained in listening and reflecting to provide a safe environment in which to explore your issues. You are free to discuss what you wish, from everyday events, dilemmas, feelings, and thoughts, to regrets, aspirations, memories and dreams.

How many sessions will I need?

The number of sessions you will need will depend on your unique circumstances and needs. 

You may discover new issues or perspectives to work on. You may also improve faster than you expected.

How do I start?

Contact me to book an initial assessment using my online form, email, or phone. Remember this is free with no obligation to commit thereafter.

We will then arrange a conversation to assess your suitability for counselling, and upon success, we will then arrange a regular time to meet and take it from there

What about ethics and standards?

I am fully insured and a member of the BACP abiding by their ethical framework offering a commitment to working to a professional and safe standard.​

  • I am in regular supervision

  • Registered with the ICO


I prioritise and maintain strict confidentiality in my counselling practice, ensuring that all client information, discussions, and records remain completely private and secure, in accordance with ethical legal guidelines.

What if I want to end counselling?

That is fine. You are under no obligation to stay in counselling for whatever reason and have the autonomy to end.

My commitment is to collaboratively work with you to ensure a respectful and appropriate ending. 

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