Individual therapy is £50.00 per hour session. Group therapy is £40.00 for a two hour session.

Sessions are usually weekly for a minimum of 6 weeks. There is no maximum length of individual therapy but this will be discussed with you at the start of therapy to agree a number of sessions which is appropriate for you.

Group sessions may last for a set number of weeks as advertised.

When to pay?

Initial assessment sessions

We request that you pre-pay to secure your booking for your first session. This is because we are not currently in contract with you and need to ensure that you are not wasting our time (e.g. by booking and then not showing up).

Please phone us to arrange a time and location for the assessment session and then pay to confirm the booking. If the payment has not been received 24 hours prior to the start time it will be cancelled.

Ongoing therapy

For weekly therapy sessions, you need to pay a deposit (worth the value of one session) before the first session; this will either be used to cover the cost of any missed sessions (session where you do not attend with no notice or cancel with less than 24 hours notice), or it will pay for your final session.

Every session before the final session can either be paid for weekly or monthly by standing order.

Therapeutic retreats or therapeutic days

For therapy which takes place for several hours over a short time span, such as attending a residential therapeutic retreat or a special therapeutic day, the payment will usually be split into a deposit and a balance or into smaller amounts through a payment plan.

How to pay

There are three ways to pay for a session.


Payments can be made in cash on a session by session basis. You can request a receipt or confirmation of payments if you would like.

Invoice and Bank transfer or Standing Orders

Please speak to Amy to request the sort code and account number. If you have been sent an invoice these details will be on that invoice.


For initial sessions or weekly sessions there is the option to pay using PayPal.


Unfortunately we do not accept payment by:

Medical Insurance

We do not accept insurance payments at this time but this is something we hope to introduce in the future. Please do let us know if this is something you would be interested in.

Contactless Card Payments

We do not accept contactless card payments at this time but this is something we hope to introduce in the future. Please do let us know if this is something you would be interested in.


Unfortunately, we are not able to accept payment by Cheques.

Direct Debit

We believe you should be in control of your own money so we do not operate a direct debit scheme. We will never ask you for your long card number. Any bank payments or transfers made, will be set up by you and you will decide the amount and times that the money is sent.



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