My standard fee is £50 per 50 minute therapy session.

I make a quarter of my appointments available at a lower rate of £25 for people who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford therapy with me.

If you need a lower rate than £25 to be able to access therapy, then I highly recommend The Swan Project, a charity of which I used to be a Trustee. Its core mission is to provide long-term therapy for alcohol addiction. Alongside this, it also provides a general low-cost therapy service that anyone can access. The fee is agreed in an initial assessment session, and is usually around £12 to £15.

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