What are the costs of qualified counselling?
We understand that the cost of counselling or coaching can be daunting and even prohibitive. We aim to offer qualified support to as many people as possible, whilst still enabling us to offer a high quality and professional service.
It takes many years of training to become a qualified counsellor. The fees charged cover the cost of our time, our training, our advertising, insurance, membership of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), supervision, continued professional development and the other costs which enable us to work ethically and professionally. For this reason, the average cost of a counselling session is £55-£65. However, some people pay more and some less depending on their income, circumstances and the number of sessions they feel they will need. We reserve a number of slots for people needing concessionary rates so if finances are getting in the way of accessing counselling you need please make contact to discuss your circumstances.
Concessionary rates are available for full time students and those on low incomes. Please contact us to discuss.
We are always happy to discuss costs to accommodate your means and needs
Our sessions are normally 50 minutes, however, we can also discuss the length of sessions to suit individual needs
We offer online and telephone counselling as well as Face to Face appointments in Solihull, West Midlands, B91. In our Face to Face appointments we follow the guidelines to protect against the spread of Covid-19.