Counselling West Bridgford

DESIGNED FOR YOU, WHEREVER YOU ARE
PRICES

Below are the counselling prices for various services, with particular discounts for psychotherapy trainees, Nottingham students and daytime appointments.

Available appointments include weekday evenings and on Saturday; these are our peak times.

Appointments are only available for clients aged 18 and over.

≡ Covid-secure in-person appointments now available ≡

Book your FREE, no obligation, initial consultation today

10 minutes
via telephone, free

book online

45-minutes
via telephone £40 book online

≡ Covid-secure in-person appointments now available ≡

60-minutes
in-person*: £60, current offer: £50 before 5pm book your consultation

90-minutes
in-person single session £90 book your consultation

If you are new to Counselling West Bridgford, we ask that you arrange a free, initial 10-minute consultation before starting in-person therapy.  You’ll be able to find out more and then we can book you in for an in-person appointment.

See our contact page for location and how to find us

*All in-person counselling appointments require a telephone consultation in advance, which can be booked online, via email or telephone 07968 767232.

60-minutes
via video: £50 before 5pm, £60 at 5pm onwards book online

90 minutes
In-person single session £90 book your consultation

Psychotherapy trainees
50-minutes
video or in-person:  £40

Call 07968 767232 or email to discuss and book, or book online

2-hours
one-to-one: £200
Contact Michelle on email, or call 07968 767232 to find out more and book.

For bespoke packages, contact Michelle on email, or call 07968 767232 for prices and more information

All our psychotherapists are UKCP-accredited, with MSc in Person-Centred & Experiential psychotherapy, so can provide therapy for trainees.

All appointments are required to be paid in advance (further details available in the counselling contract provided after your consultation call).

counselling prices

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