Counselling is a confidential relationship between a client(s) and counsellor, in which areas of personal difficulty and concern may be explored, worked with and resolved.
The counselling offered is based on psychodynamic theory: using connections between a person’s inner and outer world of experiences; the significance of their past in relation with the present and the therapeutic relationship between person and counsellor. Counselling may take place once weekly over a few sessions in a focused way, but usually is longer term.
For problems arising at work a brief contact of up to six sessions may be appropriate where issues of stress or the management of change can be focussed upon.
Fees for counselling
ASSESSMENT: £65 – (75-90 minutes)
SESSIONS: £50 (50 minutes)
STUDENTS: FEES NEGOTIABLE
COUPLES / FAMILIES
ASSESSMENT : £65
Reflective Practice Study Group
Of interest to clinicians and therapists wishing to explore the underlying dynamics of their work in a friendly and confidential setting led by psychoanalytic psychotherapists.
Contact Jill Prentice at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.