Sessions & Fees

Individual sessions are between 40 and 50 minutes, depending on our agreement or the terms of your private health insurance. The fee for privately funded sessions is £140 payable in cash or by BACS transfer on the day. Private health insurance fees will vary according to your provider and may incur an administrative surcharge.

I have some limited spaces for a reduced fee service for students of counselling psychology which can be discussed and agreed on at the initial consultation. Any missed or cancelled sessions are charged at the full fee unless I receive 48 working hours notice or an alternative arrangement can be made within 3 working days. I am currently seeing face to face clients at my North London consulting room only.

I am registered with BUPA, BUPA Global, AXA PPP, PruHealth, Aviva , Cigna, WPA and Vitality Health as an approved practitioner

Please check with them before embarking on sessions to make sure your policy is valid and that your sessions will be covered in full.

Prices for insurance providers may vary and there may be an uplift to the fee in some cases. You will also need to check with your provider as to how many sessions are authorised and whether or not you have a policy excess to pay. Please note that there may be an administrative surcharge per session when paying through private insurance.

Get in touch

You can refer yourself for therapy by contacting me directly by email to arrange an initial consultation appointment. Contacting me by email is the fastest way to make contact and I encourage this form of communication as I check emails on a daily basis and will get back to you quickly.

Alternatively, you can leave a message on my 24 hour answer machine service (07903 370122) if you do not have access to email. Please note however that I am not able to offer call backs as all the information you could need about my practice is available on my web pages. You can also be referred by your GP or another health care professional.

During the initial consultation appointment you and I will discuss your difficulties so that I can get an understanding of what is going on for you. This will also be an opportunity for you to talk about what your expectations are for therapy. Generally, this will take one session. At the end of this initial consultation it may be that I think a different therapist with a different expertise, or a different organisation, might be more suitable to help you with your needs in which case I will discuss this with you further. If we agree that it would be helpful to work together then we will discuss arrangements for ongoing sessions.