Phone: 07788 776 012


Fee Scale Guidelines – a sliding scale based on wage
Annual Income
£25,000 - £32,000 £85.00 per session
£33,000 - £40,000 £90.00 per session
£41,000 - £48,000 £95.00 per session
Above £48,000 £100.00 per session

(Session time: 50 minutes)

Clinic Hours

Mon – Fri

8am – 9pm

 Insurers: I am registered as a consultant practitioner with the following insurers:


Bupa, Bupa Global, Pru Health, Axa, Cigna & Vitality Health (a separate fee rate applies. In some insurance cases there may be an administration charge. You will be informed of this at the time of booking) - Note: if your insurer is not listed here, this should not be a problem, as BABCP accredited CBT Therapists are likely to be approved by most insurers, as it is the gold standard for the practice of CBT. Simply call your insurer beforehand or drop me a line, and we can clarify how to proceed. However, registration with some insurers may not be possible, and there may be a charge for processing new insurance registration, outside of the main insurers listed here.

Practical Details

For self funded clients (i.e. not insured), the initial consultation fee is £85.00 & thereafter the session rate is agreed at the end of the first meeting based on the fee scale guidelines

  • - Booster session rates: the sliding scale rate applies.
  • - Fees reviewed should client circumstances change (£85.00 the lowest fee scale).
  • - Rates revised annually.
  • - Cancellation time of 48 hours required, otherwise full session fee applies - this includes the first appointment, and also applies to clients using insurance.
  • - Payment by cash, cheque or internet banking – payable on completion of each session to the therapist.

If you are paying via Internet banking, direct payment is expected on the day of session.



Your psychotherapy sessions are confidential. In order to maintain professional and sound practice, it is a requirement of BABCP accredited and UKCP registered psychotherapists to engage in regular supervision with a clinical supervisor. Your therapist may raise issues that pertain to your work during these meetings, however, your identity is not revealed. Confidentiality is breached and a third party is informed (e.g. contacting emergency services, your GP, police or the therapist’s assigned clinical supervisor), if a client states to their psychotherapist that they will either harm themselves or another human being or if the client possesses knowledge of harm or potential harm to a child under 18 years of age, or if a therapist is instructed by the law courts to present information pertaining to a criminal act.


If you have any queries regarding the information outlined here, please seek clarification with the therapist.


344 - 354 Grays Inn Road

Contact Details

07788 776 012

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