FAQ

These FAQs are designed to provide a better understanding how we work

Booking an appointment
 
I offer an introductory free 1/2 hour phone consultation where we can discuss your requirements, go through a brief history and look at your motivations and expectations of therapy. By taking the consultation you are under to obligation to take a session, however, if you feel that you would like to go ahead and book an appointment the we can arrange an appointment.
 
 
 
How many sessions will i need?
 
People  often ask  how many sessions it will take. Even though a single session can be very beneficial in helping people to change thoughts, feelings, habits and behaviours, most people will  be most effectively helped during the course of 3-6 sessions.
 
How much does it cost?
 
Prices are £55 per session a sessions duration is usually 50 minutes, the remaining 10 minutes of the session are then used to record the notes of the session and if it is more than o ne session the planning of the subsequent session.
 
What payment method do you take?
 
You can pay online for your session by credit or debit card via the payment session on this site or in cash at the appointment.
 
What if I need to cancel?
 
If you need to cancel an appointment at any time that’s fine, however, any bookings not cancelled within 48 hours of the appointment will be charged at the full rate.
 
Working hours
Monday to Friday 9-6
 
 
Practice Locations
 
I work from a central location in Exeter and also in Muswell Hill North London please e-mail me or call me for directions and address.
 
For further information or to arrange a consultation please call me or email me:
 
Telephone : 01392 811852 / 0797 55 797 11

 

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