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Free phone call

I offer a free 20 minute conversation, by ‘phone or Skype, so that you can explain what it is you’d like to change or get help with. This also gives you the chance to assess me and ask any questions you may have. In some cases people find that this initial chat is all they need. If you want to book a session you can do right away, or get back to me later when you have had time to reflect.

Single Session

I work on a single session model for both therapy and coaching. Single-session means that we take it one session at a time. The onus is then on me to make every session count, so that you feel you are moving towards the results you want. If you want further sessions (about half my clients do), you are free to book and we’ll continue working in the same way; focusing on your goals and the outcomes you want.

Sessions are typically 60-90 minutes and I charge £65.00 ($100.00, €90.00) per session, regardless of how long the session lasts.

The first session includes an introductory phase; if you book, but decide on talking to me that I am not the therapist/coach you can work with, we’ll end the session and you get a full refund if you’ve paid in advance. I make a point about 15 minutes in of asking all clients if they are happy to continue, so you have freedom to choose.

I use Paypal for invoicing and payment, so you can pay be card, or Paypal account if you have one. You do not need a Paypal account to pay by card.

Follow-up

I am always happy to receive feedback in due course after our session(s) is (are) completed. In some cases I follow up by email, this is for quality control and clinical reasons only.

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