I think I’d like to come and see a counsellor but what do I do now...
How much does counselling cost?
|Initial meeting||£12||(30 minute introductory session)|
|Subsequent sessions||£35||(50 minute sessions)|
Some concessions are available for students and those on a low income. Please ask as there is always room for negotiation. Charges are reviewed annually.
Please note that if you cancel with less than 24 hours notice, or fail to keep an appointment, the full amount is payable.
I accept referrals directly from companies and will invoice them. I work with clients on issues such as work-related stress, depression, relationship issues, redundancy and retirement concerns.
Where and when will you see me?
I am located in Redditch, Worcestershire, just south of Birmingham about ten minutes from Junction 3 of the M42. I am easily reached from Birmingham, Warwick, Solihull or Stratford-upon-Avon.
I have a room available in Redditch town centre and a dedicated counselling room in my house, which is in a quiet cul-de-sac. Both rooms are private and have a calm, pleasant atmosphere. Both the venues are close to parking and the local bus routes. The town centre venue has a long flight of stairs unsuitable for disabled access.
Counselling is available weekdays and evenings, but not weekends. You will usually see me on the same day and at the same time each week although this will be discussed and agreed together after the introductory session.
How do I contact you or make an appointment?
If you are considering counselling the next step is to make an appointment for an introductory session.
|Telephone||07947 936 845 (text)|
Please give me details of your name and telephone number (together with the time you called) and a convenient time to contact you. I will arrange a meeting to discuss, without obligation, what you are looking for and what might be involved. You are welcome to contact me to ask further questions about counselling. I will normally reply within 24 hours (apart from weekends when I will get back to you on the next working day).
I look forward to hearing from you.