What to expect
Updated: Aug 14
If you are thinking of booking a session, then get in touch via email or call for an initial free telephone discussion, during which we can decide whether to progress to your first face-to-face session.
The first meeting is an introductory session for £25 and lasts for 50 minutes. This is an opportunity to see if we feel counselling could help you and there is no obligation to continue. I believe that counselling works best when there’s a good “fit” between counsellor and client, so you can see if you feel we gel.
I ask for payment on booking, to be paid into my bank account, details of which are included on the Information Sheet. Once this payment is received, I will confirm your booking for the date agreed.
After the introduction, sessions cost from £45. If you would like to block-book four sessions in advance, there is a reduced rate of £160 (£40 per 50 minutes session)
If we agree to continue working together, you will usually have several planned, regular sessions. Both short and long term therapy is available, although to begin with, I suggest to start with four sessions and then review progress.
What is covered in sessions?
What we will talk about will vary depending on what difficulties you are having, which could include:
emotional / behavioural issues
This is not an exhaustive list, there could be other things to these you need to talk through or a combination.
If you prefer to relax in familiar surroundings while we work together, connect while you're travelling, or maybe the distance to get to a counsellor is just too great, then online counselling may be for you. I generally use Zoom for online counselling, although I can use other programs on request. Lots of people enjoy the convenience that webcam counselling offers, and it quickly feels as comfortable as if we're in the same room together.
Feel free to contact me with any questions or to set up an appointment. Prepayment through my Fees and Payment page is required to book your scheduled session for online counselling. I’ll then email you some initial paperwork, such as a consent for services and a client information form, both of which you’ll just email back to me. That’s all it takes!
Rozanna Niazi of Fearless Counselling in Cardigan, Wales