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Opening Times

Day Time
Monday 9.00am – 9.00pm
Tuesday 9.00am – 9.00pm
Wednesday 9.00am – 9.00pm
Thursday 9.00am – 9.00pm
Friday 9.00am – 9.00pm
Saturday 9.00am – 12.00pm
Sunday Closed

FAQs

Still not sure if we are right for you? Check through some frequently asked questions.

What if I am not sure exactly what the problem is?

Most clients will feel unsure about either what the problem is or how to describe it and that's okay. We can all struggle to make sense of things or know exactly which words to use sometimes. So we'll work together, taking our time to help you explore and understand every component of the problem, then together, we will make a plan about how we will begin to tackle it. 

What if I find it hard to talk about my feelings?

Often people can struggle to share how they really feel others or even deny them feelings to themselves. You are invited to share as much as you feel comfortable sharing, over time, as we get to know each other it may get easier for you to open up. If we feel there is more you would like to share but feel unable to, then we can spend some time on exploring this further and understanding the root of emotional avoidance and discuss how we can work on this together.

How many sessions will I need?

How many sessions you feel you need will ultimately be down to you decide. After the first couple of sessions we can certainly discuss a treatment plan and estimate how many sessions we would need to complete that plan together. 

Is everything we talk about confidential?

All information discussed in our sessions will be kept strictly confidential between you and your therapist. 

In the exceptional circumstances, if we feel you or someone else is at risk of harm, we have a duty of care to discuss details of risk only with the relevant parties to ensure the safety of everyone involved. On these occasions we would endeavour to discuss this with you first.

What if I decide I want to stop therapy?

Your therapeutic journey is guided by you. If at any point you wish to stop or pause therapy then you are welcome to discuss this with your therapist and end at anytime. Your therapist will support you to make a wellbeing plan for you to follow once therapy has come to an end,