How much do you charge?Face to face session £45
Online session £45
Telephone session £45
Sessions are 50 minutes.
Before committing to any counselling sessions I suggest an initial session. This gives an opportunity for you ask questions, to discuss what you would like to get from counselling, how I can support you and to see if you would like to go ahead. An initial meeting will last up to 50 minutes.
Initial face to face session £25
Initial online session £25
Initial telephone session £25
I provide my bank details prior to the start of counselling, and ask that payment is made by bank transfer before each session.
What about Covid-19?The counselling rooms I work from have been risk assessed and are cleaned after each client session.
I can provide a clear visor in the counselling room to those clients who prefer to continue to protect their face.
How do I know if counselling is right for me?If you are uncertain about taking the first step, I am happy to offer a free, informal and confidential chat on the phone.
I will listen to what you would like to get from counselling and if I feel I am unable to help you I can refer to you another counsellor or service that might be better suited to meet your needs.
Where do you work?Morley is 10km south-west of Leeds city centre, and surrounded by Gildersome, Drighlington and Churwell.
Cleckheaton is 5 miles south from central Bradford, and surrounded by Gomeral, Birstall, Oakenshaw and Birkenshaw.
Online via video conferencing - I use Zoom and work from my office.
Do you work with trainee counsellors and student counsellors?Yes, and I offer fee concessions for trainee and student counsellors - please get in touch for a chat.
I understand from first hand experience the demands on a student counsellor.
How do I know sessions are confidential?I am bound ethically to provide a confidential service. I will not discuss what you talk about in our sessions with anyone else.
As part of my ethical commitment to my profession I attend monthly supervision. My supervisor also works in a confidential setting. I may discuss client work at supervision however I will not give my supervisor any identifying client information.
If I believe someone is in danger of serious harm I may need to break confidentiality in accordance with the BACP ethical framework, this would be discussed with client and supervisor.