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Frequently Asked Question's

How do we start?

When you first contact me, we'll arrange a brief telephone consultation, free of charge. This conversation is an opportunity for us to discuss the reasons why you're considering therapy and what you're hoping to achieve. It's also a chance for both of us to see if working together feels like a good fit.

After that, we'll schedule a paid assessment session, which can be held either in person or via video call, depending on suitability for both of us. During this session, I'll gather as much background information as I can to better understand your past experiences, current situation, and your goals moving forward.

After the assessment, we'll mutually decide a time and day to schedule regular weekly sessions. 

How many sessions do I need?

In Psychodynamic Therapy, the journey is unique to each person, and the process is open-ended. Together, we'll determine the duration of your therapy sessions, working towards a mutually agreed upon conclusion. Sessions typically last 50 minutes and are scheduled for the same day and time each week to provide consistency.


Engaging in counselling and psychotherapy on a weekly basis is a commitment to your personal growth and well-being. However, if you feel that your therapy journey has reached its natural conclusion, we'll explore this together during our sessions. Your progress is a priority.

How much are session fees and what happens if I can't attend a session?

Each therapy session costs £60. You won't pay for sessions during my breaks, which usually fall during Easter, Summer and Christmas.


In an emergency/exceptional circumstances where I have to cancel, you won't be charged and I aim to give as much notice as possible. Missed sessions will incur the full fee, unless an alternative can be arranged in advance.

How long have you been qualified? 

After four years of training, I became an accredited Psychodynamic Counsellor in 2021. I then decided to continue my studies for another year, to encourage deeper work with clients. This led to me qualifying as a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist.


To keep growing in my practice, I regularly attend supervision sessions, workshops, and other trainings related to the profession. These experiences not only help me improve but also ensure I can provide the best support possible to my clients.

How do I contact you?

If you'd like to reach out, click here

email: Tel: 07477023472  

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