I offer an initial consultation lasting up to one hour where it will give us an opportunity to explore together your reasons for seeking therapy at this time and a chance for you to decide whether you feel the therapeutic relationship will be right for you and also find out more about the type of counselling I offer.
For those wishing to attend more than once a week to explore their concerns in more depth through more intensive psychotherapy, I am happy to discuss fees on an individual basis and will be dependant on session availability.
Please contact me to set up an initial consultation.
Clients are welcome to attend therapy at My Time to Heal via their Private Medical Health Insurance. It is possible that you can fund some, or all, of your sessions through your policy. However, please note that Fees differ significantly from those who are self-funding.
I am currently recognised by several medical insurers including: Aetna, Aviva, AXA PPP, Cigna, The Exeter, Freedom Health, Healix Health Services, Vitality Health and WPA, therefore if you would like to fund your therapy through your health insurance, then please read the Terms and Conditions for more information on how to access therapy via your Health Insurance provider or contact me, I'll be happy to help.
My Time To Heal accepts various payment methods for your convenience. The preferred option is via Bank Transfer but you may also pay by Cash, or using your credit or debit card. Fees must be paid prior to the start of each session.
Cheques are not accepted.
The session time you are allocated is kept free just for you and therefore if you need to cancel or change your appointment, at least 48 hours notice is required to avoid being charged for the missed session**
Please feel free to contact me to book your initial consultation.
*All Fees are reviewed annually and may rise with ROI.
**Further information on My Time To Heal’s cancellation policy will be included in the contract should you choose to continue therapy after your initial session.
An Accredited Member of both The British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy and The National Counselling Society