Counselling Therapy in Whitstable, Kent
Face-to-face counselling, psychotherapy and hypnotherapy sessions are available to individuals and couples in our practice at Jagow House, Millstrood Road, Whitstable, Kent CT5 3PS.
Our face-to-face appointments in Whitstable are with our Lead Therapist, Julie Rose. Julie has been an Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy for over 20 years and is qualified to Masters Degree level. She is a Counsellor, Psychotherapist and Hypnotherapist. Julie specialises in relationships and has a great deal of experience working with individuals and couples who are experiencing difficulties in their romantic lives, their relationships at work and or with their families or friends or even with themselves. Julie works with psycho-sexual problems, infidelity, relationship struggles and breakdowns and particularly with inter-gender communication difficulties. She also has a lot of experience of working with survivors of abuse, and extensive experience of working with anxiety, depression and low mood.
To arrange for a face-to-face consultation you can telephone us on 01227 840444, or use our contact form on the contact page.
Face-to-face counselling and therapy sessions are charged at £40 per 50 minute session.
Hypnotherapy sessions usually last for around 90 minutes and these are charged at £65 for the session.
Fees-for-face to face sessions are paid directly to your Therapist, or can be paid for through the website, which is a PayPal based payment system. We are not able to take card payments at the office. Sessions must be paid for at least a week in advance. Once appointments are booked, payment cannot be reimbursed. Your therapist will discuss this with you further.
When we work with couples, we always take time to meet with each party separately as well as joint sessions. There are many reasons for this but principally, it is important that your therapist gets to know each of you well and there will need to be some exploration about your past that is easier done in one-to-one sessions. Your therapist will also want to know if there are things that you do not feel able to say in front of your partner. Occasionally, one person in a relationship will begin treatment alone and then the other partner will join later. This will depend entirely on the individuals and the difficulties in the relationship.
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