Fees and FAQs – Therapy W14 West London
What sort of a service is this? I provide talking therapy in W14 and SW5 West London, for people facing a variety of issues in their lives. For more details on my services, please see my What I Do page, or alternatively see my BACP profile.
Where do you practice? I practice in two locations, both in West London. My primary location is in Queens Club Gardens in W14, near West Kensington and Barons Court underground stations. I have also opened a second location in Nevern Square in SW5 near Earls Court undergroud station.
How much do you charge? I charge £75 per hour.
What are the nearest transport links, tube stations etc.? For my primary location, the nearest tube stations are Barons Court, West Kensington, and Hammersmith. For buses look for: C1, 9, 10, 27, 28, 31, 49, 72, 94, 207, 220, 272, 283, 295, 148, 207, 237, 260, 391, 607. We are based near District, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Piccadilly lines and London Overground Services. Please see the TFL Website for more details.
For my second location, the nearest tube is Earls Court.
Are concessions available? In certain circumstances concessions may be available, but generally the charges are as stated above.
When are you available? I am currently available for private practice on weekdays and most evenings. Please contact me for my full availability and schedule, or to arrange a preliminary consultation.
Do you work with LGBTIQ people? Yes I do, and indeed I have a special interest in working with LGBTIQ people, but my services are open to all. I believe in the unique preciousness of every human being no matter what their background or orientation.
Do you deal with addictions? I work with all addictions, and especially have experience of counselling and therapy for alcohol and drug dependency, eating disorders, gambling addiction, sex addiction and relationship addictions and problems.
Do you do couple’s counselling? No, I don’t. I specialise in one-on-one therapy. Many of my clients come to me to talk about their relationships, but on a one-to-one basis. Some of my clients are seeking couples counselling elsewhere, and have been recommended personal therapy by their couples counsellor.
Can you do CBT? No – I practice integrative psychotherapy, which means that I am qualified in person-centred, psychoanalytic, and existential schools of therapy. However, I am driven by my client, not by a particular method or school of thinking. Please see my What I Do page for more details.
Are you professionally registered? Yes absolutely. I am registered with the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). You can see my registration details at the bottom of the page, or click here for my BACP profile.