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Frequently asked questions
What issues do I work with?
Abuse, Age Related Issues, Anger management, Anxiety, Bereavement, Child related issues, Cultural issues, Depression, Domestic violence, Employment difficulties, Identity problems, Loss, Online counselling, Parenting, Pregnancy related issues, Race issues, Redundancy, Relationships, Self esteem, Self-harm, Separation, Spirituality, Stress, Terminal Illness, Trauma, Women's issues, Work related issues
How often do I have sessions?
Sessions are weekly and you will have a regular time slot on your chosen day.
How long do sessions last?
Do you accept insurance policies?
I accept Aviva, AXA, Cigna, Vitality and WPA insurance policies.
How much does therapy cost?
£65.00 per 50 minute session.
What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy?
Both counselling and psychotherapy are talking therapies. Counselling tends to be shorter term (say 6-12 sessions) and focuses on present issues, it is a supportive experience that includes guidance. Psychotherapy tends to be longer term and more exploratory, looking at unconscious processes.
Do you offer student concessions?
I offer a discount fee for trainee counsellors and psychotherapists. Please contact me for more details.
What is depth psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy training is a four year training and during the training 900 training hours and 650 clinical hours are fulfilled. During this training psychotherapists learn how to work at depth with unconscious processes and various sources of wisdom such as historic psychology theories from Freud and Jung, whilst incorporating the use of creativity and imagination. My training at CCPE incorporated the transpersonal alongside psychodynamic fundamentals of psychotherapy and counselling.
Depth psychotherapy delves deeply into what it means to be human and personal development. In psychotherapy one brings one's full self as a therapist, the relationship between the client and therapist is a valuable element of the process of psychotherapy.
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