Relationship Coaching for Individuals
Monday: 1pm to 9pm
Tuesday: 10am to 9pm
Wednesday: 10am to 9pm
Relationship Therapy Group
As part of my continuing professional development I am a member of a Relationship Therapy Group, where like-minded and similarly trained therapists from across the UK come
together on a regular basis for peer supervision, CPD and the sharing of resources.
Please take a look at their profiles if my location isn't right for you.
Katherine Ward MBACP, MA, BA (Hons)
Tel: 07951 921344
Buckhurst Hill and Loughton, Essex
Fleur Hocking MBACP, PgDip, BSc (Hons)
Tel: 07980 871128
Melissa Rolph MBACP, MA, BSc (Hons), PgDip
Tel: 07702 700807
Bloomsbury and Wandsworth
Alex Cox MBACP, MA, MA (Oxon), PgDip
Tel: 07766 087486
When can we meet?
Counselling sessions are available on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. I currently offer telephone and online therapy sessions.
How does online counselling work?
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak I am currently only offering online or telephone counselling. I use the online platform Zoom which is more secure than FaceTime or Skype. It is very easy to use and all you have to do is click on the link I send through to you to start your session. More information about Zoom can be found here.
How long are the sessions?
Your therapy sessions will last for 55 minutes and normally we will meet at the same time every week. I can sometimes offer flexibility, for example, to accommodate shift working patterns.
Are our sessions confidential?
How much will counselling cost?
Couples counselling and family counselling sessions are £65. Individual psychotherapy and relationship coaching sessions are £55.
How can I pay?
All sessions are paid for in advance and you can pay via BACS transfer. I will ask you to pay for any cancelled or missed sessions unless at least 48 hours notice is provided.
How long will counselling last?
We can discuss during your first sessions whether you prefer to have short-term focussed counselling (between 6 and 12 sessions) or whether you would prefer to work in a more open-ended way. Long term psychotherapy can sometimes be very helpful.
Whichever approach you choose, we will regularly review progress and make therapeutic decisions together.
Could you tell me more about the way you work?
It's important you feel safe and comfortable with the therapist you work with and the type of therapy you have. If you would like to know more about my training and the approaches I use, I've created a special page here that goes into more detail. And if have any further questions do please get in touch.