Sandiar

Counselling - Frequently Asked Questions


Questions

Who do you work with?

I work in a holistic way, looking at all aspects of your life and in particular, any areas that you may be having difficulty with.

I have extensive experience working with:

  • Family and Relationship issues
  • Depression
  • Self esteem and lack of self confidence
  • Anxiety and stress
  • Bereavement
  • Addictions including alcohol abuse
  • Work problems
  • Living with chronic illness
How many sessions do I need?

Each person is unique and their needs are different. If we agree to work together we can discuss for how long. If you want to work on a specific issue such as redundancy, bereavement, or managing change you may just need a few sessions. Alternatively, we may agree to work on a longer term, more open ended basis.

Do you have appointments available early morning or after work?

I offer day, evening and some weekend appointments.

How can I make an appointment?

You can contact me on 0208 621 1378 or mobile 07880 706420. If I am working and unable to answer the phone you can leave a message in confidence and your number and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Or you can use the contacts page, or e mail info@sandiar.co.uk

How long does a session last?

Sessions are 50 minutes and are usually weekly. The number of sessions will depend on your particular needs and we can discuss this in more detail when we meet.

What are your fees?

My fees are £65 per session including the initial session. I am a registered counsellor with Retail Trust, if you work in retail, you may be able to get financial assistance. For further information you can contact www.retailtrust.org.uk

What are your qualifications?
  • BSc Reflective Therapeutic Practice – Metanoia Institute
  • Diploma in Person Centred Counselling - Metanoia Institute
  • Mindfulness & Therapy - Bangor University
  • MBSR & MBCT - Bangor University
  • Mindfulness & Coaching - Michael Chaskalson
  • Certificate Alcohol Counselling CVACT’s
  • NLP Practitioner Certificate - Bandler, Breen & McKenna
How do I know if my therapist is properly qualified?

I am a registered, accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). (www.bacp.co.uk). I am also a member of the Association for Coaching (AC). These regulating bodies have a rigorous training criteria and a binding code of ethics/professional conduct.

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