How it works

Counselling isn't always easy. It may be hard to talk about things, especially if they’ve not been spoken about before, or if they've been covered up for a long time. Sometimes it's hard to make sense of what you're feeling, let alone explain, but that's ok. After sessions, you could feel emotional but equally, you could feel lighter and like a weight's been lifted from you. Making the first step to decide to come for counselling is a brave start.

Make contact

If you’re thinking you’d like counselling sessions, or to talk it through some more, please contact me.

Understandably, you may be nervous, unsure what to expect, or anxious about what counselling may involve but hopefully talking to me may help alleviate any worries.

Meet up

During your initial session, we’ll talk through where you are, where you’d ideally like to be and what you’d like to be different.

This is a chance for me to learn more about you and you can think about whether you’d like to work with me and in what way.

For counselling to really be effective, you need to find someone you feel comfortable with; someone you can trust and open up to.

Begin counselling

There is no obligation to continue with counselling, but if you feel you would like to, each session would last for 55 minutes and cost £70.

The number of sessions can vary according to what you’d like to work through. I’m also happy to discuss payment with clients and can offer student discounts.

I can offer shorter sessions for children and longer sessions for more than one person and fees will be adjusted accordingly.

12 x 30 minutes Drawing and Talking sessions for any age cost £400.

I’m also a qualified supervisor and supervision sessions (1.5hrs) for counsellors and trainee counsellors cost £85.