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Psychotherapy Services

 Terms & Conditions


Psychotherapy sessions may take place either once or twice a week. Each session lasts 50 minutes. The sessions take place either remotely or face-to-face. Once we agree on a regular appointment time that is suitable for the both of us, I will hold that slot for you until therapy draws to an end. If you want to change the session times after we have begun therapy, I will try to accommodate that need.



Once we agree to work together, an invoice will be sent to you by e-mail after each session and payment by bank transfer is expected within five working days from the elapsed session. I do not accept Paypal or similar payment services.

If you decide to use private insurance to pay for your sessions, I will need, in addition to your full home address and d.o.b, your membership number and an authorization code from the insurer. I will invoice your insurer while you will be responsible for covering any excess by paying me directly. It is your responsibility to keep track of the number of sessions remaining under the authorization code and to discuss renewals in time to avoid  mutual financial exposures.


Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to attend a session, you must provide notice 48hrs in advance by leaving a voicemail or text at 07907160500 or sending an e-mail to  This will also provide space for us to discuss the possibility of rescheduling. You will be invoiced the full fee for failure to provide said notice.


Closure of Counselling Contract

You may choose to end our work together whenever you wish given prior notice as per cancellation policy, or alternatively, you may find the work draws to a natural ending.  In either case it is recommended, but not obligatory, to have 2 to 3 closing sessions as an integral part of the therapeutic process.



As a psychotherapist I provide the highest level of confidentiality possible according to the law and the Codes of Ethics of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).

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