£110 for a 50-minute session. Fees are reviewed annually on 1st April.
Payment for your session can be made prior to the appointment, during the appointment or within 24 hours after the appointment. Payments should be made by cash or bank transfer.
Private Health Insurance
We are registered with a number of private health insurance companies. If you would like to access our service via a health insurance policy please contact your provider and obtain an authorisation code or contact us for more information.
If you need to cancel a session please give at least 48 hours notice (ideally, via text message) to avoid charges. If a sessions is cancelled with less than 48 hours notice a £20 fee will be charged, if cancellations are made with less than 24 hours notice the session will be charged for in full. Missed sessions (where you do not cancel or attend) are payable in full.
Sessions are 50 minutes long. The number of sessions required will depend on the nature of the problem(s). Usually a minimum of 6 sessions will be offered.
All discussions and contacts by phone or email are confidential and will not be shared with anyone else without your permission. All professionals have a duty of care to protect children and adults they are working with. If a risk or safeguarding concern is identified during the course of our sessions it may be necessary for us to contact your GP, local services or family member. We will always try to inform you before contacting another person or agency.
We are both registered as Practitioner Psychologist with the HCPC (Health and Care Professionals Council), which is the regulatory body for Clinical Psychologists in the United Kingdom. We are also chartered members of the British Psychological Society (BPS). We are subject to their ethical requirements and standards.
Emergencies and Crisis
This service does not offer emergency support. If you find you are in crisis and unable to cope between appointments please contact your GP. Alternatively, you could contact NHS 111 for advice. If you feel you are at risk to yourself or others, or you know of someone who is in danger, then you can attend your local A&E department or contact the emergency services on 999.