Psychological therapy is a form of talking therapy which aims to help people understand and deal with difficult emotions that they may have. By talking through these difficulties in a confidential and supportive setting people can find ways to manage and to cope with their difficulties. Part of therapy may be to offer ideas or techniques for improved coping strategies, or sometimes it is enough simply to be able to have the space to be able to talk through difficulties with another person. Each therapy is modified and planned for the individual to meet their personal and specific needs.
People can either refer themselves or can be referred by their GP or psychiatrist or any other mental health professional
Fees are put here as it is usually an important part of a person’s decision regarding which therapist to choose. The fees below are the lower part of the spectrum of what a clinical psychologist typically charges. Charges for clinical,psychology tend to vary from £60 to £120. The price is at the lower end of the spectrum because of a belief that therapy should be accessible to as many people as possible while still remaining within private market prices.
Individual Therapy: £70
Group Therapy: £30 per session