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Thank you for your interest in online psychological therapy. It’s important that you have all the information you need to make sure you feel informed and safe throughout therapy, so I have complied this list of FAQs.  If I’ve missed anything, you have any questions, or something is not clear, please get in touch.

Is there an assessment session?

If we have not had the opportunity to discuss and assess your needs prior to our first online session, this initial session will be an assessment session. The fee for this session is the same as for subsequent sessions. 

What difficulties do you help with?

I help people who are experiencing many different types of problems, including relational difficulties, bullying, perfectionism, grief, depression, anxiety and traumatic experiences, both in childhood and in adulthood. I also have extensive experience working with people struggling in their relationship with food. 


However, what you are struggling with might not be just one thing, or fit with a particular diagnosis. I understand this and will work with you as an individual to explore what is happening and why, and build our own understanding to help inform how things could be different.

How much does each session cost?

Each session costs £100.

When are you available?

I offer clinics every day except Fridays. 

How frequent are sessions and how long is a session?

Therapy sessions are offered weekly and generally will take place at the same day and time. This consistency and regularity of session times is an important aspect of the therapy process, although it is understood that occasionally we may need to alter times and dates. Sessions last for 60 minutes. 

Is the work confidential?

Absolutely. The work we do together is completely private and confidential. This means that I will not disclose information about you or the content of our sessions to anyone without your consent.  The only exception to this would be if there was serious concern about harm to you or someone else, and I would discuss any sharing of information with you beforehand, unless there were circumstances where I could not.  

And finally….

A fundamental part of therapy is feeling safe, and although it takes time, trusting each other.  Hopefully this page has covered any questions you had (and probably a few more!) but please do get in touch if you have any other questions, or would like to arrange an assessment appointment.  

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