Services & Fees
What I Offer:
Individual Psychotherapy Online and Face to Face in York
Appointments are available: Monday to Thursday, 9am to 7pm.
- Individual Counselling session face to face in York: (50 mins) £60
- ‘Walk and Talk’ in North Yorkshire: (60 mins) £75
- Individual Counselling session online worldwide: (50 mins) £60
- Neurodiversity Mentoring for one off sessions: (50 mins) £60
- I offer concessions to those who are training to work in mental health, do ask me for more details
What to expect:
We would have an initial phone consultation, this gives you the opportunity to let me know what has brought you to therapy and we can decide how we will work together to help support you. It also gives you the chance to ask me any questions you may have about the way I work and the therapy process in general.
We would then decide whether we wanted to work together and discuss availability for our first session. This would be either online or face to face, weekly or fortnightly.
I send a full counselling agreement before we start working together. I have a 48hr cancellation policy and all fees are paid in advance.
Workshops and Group Therapy:
I run regular self-development and wellbeing workshops and webinars, such as “Heart based Living” and “Living with Anxiety” for individuals and companies, tailored to your needs.
Group Therapy and Women’s Circles are arranged throughout the year, the timetable varies and I am happy to let you know when they are.
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Bespoke Well-being Training for Business and Charities:
Before becoming a Psychotherapist, I was a successful Trainer and Coach in International business for 15 years. Alongside my psychotherapy practice I now run bespoke Well-being and Mental Health Training, this encompasses practical ways for businesses to support their staff either one to one, or in groups. Do get in touch if you want me to run through what I do in more detail and to discuss your business needs.
“Look at a tree, a flower, a plant. Let your awareness rest upon it. How still they are, how deeply rooted in just being”
“First the pain, then the waiting, then the rising’