Frequently Asked Questions

What if i need to cancel or forget to attend my appointment?

Therapy is a collaborative process between you and your therapist. This means you can let the therapist know what you find helpful or unhelpful and share your own ideas on what will aid progress. Therapy is not necessarily a “quick fix” and it can take time and work to notice any changes. The therapist cannot guarantee that sessions will result in improvement, but will do their best to provide effective treatment and help you achieve your goals. Your progress can be regularly reviewed and the therapist will only recommend further sessions if these are likely to be of benefit to you. You are under no obligation to continue sessions.

Are you able to provide me with reports?

Additional reports to your GP or other professionals will incur fees. We will discuss fees prior to the report writing, as this will be determined by the amount of time it will take to prepare the report.

Does psychological Therapy work?

We provide evidence based psychological therapies which follow the NICE Guidelines. Often therapy can take time to notice change, we offer safe and ethical psychological therapy to help you through the process of therapy.

My partner/friend/colleague would benefit from therapy. Could I book them in for an appointment to meet with you?

We understand that it is often hard for individuals to initially meet with a therapist to talk about difficulties. We would encourage for you to get in touch with us so we can arrange a free 15 minute telephone consultation, and we can think together about whether we might be able to help.