Make an Appointment

Book online below to make an appointment for the therapy of your choice, or for an initial consultation.

You can find instructions on how to use the booking system here.

For block bookings please contact me directly at 01932 702662 or through my Contact Page form

Initial sessions are for 75 minutes. The first 15 minutes are free to give you time to decide if I am the right person for you and for me to decide if I think therapy is the right sort of help for you. The rest of the session is charged at my normal fee. If you book and pay for your session and then decide you do not wish to continue past the free initial consultation then I will refund your payment.

Coronavirus information

I am now offering a limited number of face to face appointments during office hours. These appointments will be released every few weeks and are in short supply. Please check with me directly if you don’t see anything available for you on the booking calendar. Please note that there will be no toilet facilities or parking available for these appointments. The therapy space will be out of the house and well ventilated. We are able to maintain a safe distance for the duration of the session so that the session is Covid secure and NHS contact tracing will not apply.

The rest of my appointments are still online. You may feel uncomfortable seeing me online however most clients tell me that the experience is no different for them so I would urge you to see if it works for you.

If you are in a vulnerable group and or you feel that you need a mask to protect yourself during sessions then please book an online session.

I use Skype or Zoom and WhatsApp as a back up if all else fails. If you don’t  have a Skype account then the Zoom App is very easy to download. Once you have done this I can just send you a link to the meeting which you then just click on at the time of your appointment. It’s that simple.

For more information on the current infection risks and how to protect yourselves and those around you please visit the NHS coronavirus page or GOV.UK