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Private Counselling

 

As well as our charitable service we have additional sessions set aside for those people who can afford to pay the full cost of their counselling. Currently we have daytime and evening sessions available.

 

In our private counselling service we offer a choice of telephone, online or face to face counselling.

 

When paying full fee for your counselling there is no requirement for you to live in our North Herts catchment area.

 

The fees are £60 per session before 5pm, £65 per session from 5pm onwards).

 

 Why Counselling?

 

People seek counselling for many reasons. Some may be upset by what is happening in their lives now, or be troubled by the past. Others may feel anxious, confused or depressed for a reason that may or may not be obvious, and unable to see the way ahead. Counselling gives you space and time to pay attention to these feelings, and work through them to enable you to live in a more satisfying and resourceful way.

 

A counsellor will try and support you in this process by listening attentively and without judgement. Together you may identify connections or patterns of which you had been unaware, enabling you to think about your options and make informed choices.

 

A skilled counsellor can help you to work through your personal difficulties to find solutions without giving advice, and will enable you to find more easily the ways to manage your life.

 

Who is it for? 

 

  • People from age 13 upwards, whatever their race, religion, sexuality, gender-identity or socio-economic group

 

What we provide

 

  • Professional service that respects our clients' privacy and dignity
  • Weekly individual counselling sessions, each of which is at the same time, on the same day, with the same counsellor
  • Time to work through problems and difficulties that are negatively impacting on life

 

Confidentiality

 

What you tell your counsellor is confidential, and you can expect what you say to be treated with sensitivity, respect and discretion. However, in order to ensure the quality of counselling, all counsellors have regular consultative support in supervision. Identifying details of individual clients are withheld.

 

You can discuss this further with your counsellor.

 

The Counsellors

 

Counsellors working at the Centre are qualified to Diploma level and are required to be BACP accredited.

 

Counsellors are trained in Psychodynamic, and  Person-centred approached and may also employ cognitive behavioural methodologies as and when appropriate. They are also trained in play therapy.

 

Counsellors work within the BACP ethical framework.