How often will we meet?
Therapy sessions are held once a week at the same time. We’ll find a day and time that suits us both.
Sessions are 50 minutes long. It’s important to come on time, as they can’t be extended.
How long does therapy last?
Short term therapy can be as little as 8 weeks, but long term therapy is open ended. You can end therapy at any time of your choosing
How do I book a session?
You can book an initial session by contacting me here.
How much do sessions cost?
Psychotherapy: £120 for 50 minutes
Initial consultation: £80 for 50 minutes
What’s your cancellation policy?
New sessions are normally booked at the end of a session for the same time the following week. If you need to cancel or change the day or time of a session which you’ve booked, I’ll need 3 days notice.
For example, if you have a session booked for 6pm on a Friday, and you need to cancel or change it, you’ll need to let me know before 6pm on the proceeding Tuesday.
If you cancel or change an appointment during the 3 days before a session, I’ll have to charge the full fee.
Where in London are you based?
Therapy takes place at 85 Wimpole Street W1G 9RJ, in central London. There’s meter parking on Wimpole Street, Harley Street and surrounding roads. The nearest tube stations are:
Bond Street 4 minutes
Oxford Circus 8 minutes
Baker Street 12 minutes
Marble Arch 13 minutes
Regents Park 13 minutes
Goodge Street 14 minutes
Great Portland Street 15 minutes
Do you offer online sessions?
I offer both online sessions and in-person sessions. It’s possible to have a combination of both to suit your schedule and commitments.
Will the sessions be confidential?
Confidentiality is paramount to our therapy sessions. I want you be able to talk about whatever’s on your mind without restriction. Everything we discuss, and everything I learn about you will be held in the strictest confidence.
The only time I may be required to break confidentiality is for the following reasons:
- If I think you are at risk of harming yourself
- If I think you might harm or abuse a child or vulnerable adult
- If you threaten to cause serious bodily harm to someone else
What is creative coaching?
Creative coaching works on both an inner and outer level.
Being creative means learning to truly know yourself, to express from an authentic place. It’s a journey of removing creative blocks which stand in the way of creative potential. Learn to imagine freely without censoring, and how to access and respond to emotions and feelings.
Part of creative expression is making a space for your art in the world. This takes practical skills – problem solving, marketing and making the time and money to pursue your passions.
There’s also the process of creativity, playing with and combining ideas. Explore what drives you to make art, and be true to your artistic mission.
Everyone has the potential to be creative. I work with established artists as well as those with debilitating self doubt and imposter syndrome.