I have a comfortable counselling room at Wessex House in Eastleigh, or can provide online sessions where appropriate, and through VSee, Facetime or Zoom.
Individual sessions cost £45 for 60 minutes, and I take payment in full on the day of your session.
Couple sessions cost £60 for 75 minutes, and I take payment in full on the day of your session.
Payment methods include bank transfer, cash or cheque. For bank transfer, details will be provided in our initial contact.
You are very welcome to book an introductory session, which provides us with an opportunity to explore counselling and establish if I am the right counsellor for you.
Frequently asked questions about fees
Listed below are the answers to common questions I get asked. If you have any further questions, please do get in touch.
Do you offer concessions?
I try to make counselling as accessible as possible, so I do offer concessions. Please ask for further details if required.
Would I have to pay for the introductory session?
Yes, this session would cost my standard counselling fee (as above) or an agreed concession based on your circumstances.
The introductory session would help us establish if we could work well together, and provides the foundations for any future work.
How often would we meet for counselling?
We would need consistency to build our working relationship and make progress in counselling, and sessions with me are either weekly or fortnightly, on a day and at a time that we've agreed between us.
Could I pay for my sessions by debit or credit card?
No, I do not have the facility for this at the moment. My current payment methods include bank transfer, cash or cheque.
Would I be charged for cancelling a session?
In line with my cancellation policy, you would need to provide a minimum of 24 hours notice for cancelling a session, either by phone, text or email. You would be liable for a cancellation fee otherwise.
What if I arrived late for a session?
If you arrived late, I wouldn't be able to extend our time together, and your counselling fee would remain the same.
How many sessions would I have?
Everyone is different, and the number of sessions you would have can depend on many things, including what you would like to explore and achieve through counselling, and how much time you can commit to it.
I can offer long-term or short-term counselling (6-12 sessions), and I usually suggest an initial commitment of 6 sessions, which would include a review of the work already undertaken.
You can contact me to book an introductory session or to ask any questions you may have
If you would like to book an introductory session or ask questions before taking that step, please call 07729 193629 or submit the contact form on this website.