If you would like to ask me questions about the fee’s please Contact me.
I also offer a concession fee for students and self-funding young people.
Therapy works best with regular attendance, if you need to cancel an appointment, please let me know within 48 hours of your session to avoid the full fee charge for missed appointments, I look forward to meeting with you.
Parking is free in the surrounding areas from 12pm.
Psychotherapy in South-West London
2 Beverley Gardens,
London Therapy Foundation
Therapy sessions typically last 50 minutes and are face to face.
I offer weekly short-term and long-term psychotherapy. I work with adults, adolescents, and young people in one-to-one sessions as well as couples counselling.
Please Contact me by e-mail so that you may ask whatever you wish about how I work and/or fees. We can talk briefly about your reasons for seeking psychotherapy.
We can then arrange a £40 initial face-to-face session where we can discuss the above issues in greater detail.
The core model of counselling that I work from is the Integrative Therapy Model. I predominantly work from a Jungian approach to psychotherapy, but can also integrate other approaches which are adapted to your needs. I also have experience integrating techniques and approaches that include Existential Therapy, Psychoanalysis, Humanistic Therapy and specifically Jungian Psychotherapy.
My core methodologies draw from the teachings of Psychologist Carl Jung, Addiction-specialist Gabor Mate as well as Inter-Family Systems Therapies.
Integrative psychotherapy means integrating different psychotherapeutic approaches around what your needs may be as a client. Much of my way of working will help find solutions and progression at the root of the presenting issues; providing a life-long change from within oneself. This is a long-term solution, providing long-term positive change and not only reducing the presenting symptoms or difficulties, whatever they may be. I have an attentive, caring, direct and open way of working and hope to create a relationship where you feel comfortable and able to explore difficulties in a safe environment.
I also use the practices of mindfulness as well as that of psychotherapy as fundamental approaches when working with trauma as a route to psychological balance and wholeness.