What is the difference between Psychotherapy and Counselling?

Psychotherapy is more process lead, and allows time to explore deeper issues, and counselling is usually more focussed and goal orientated and lasts for a shorter period of time.

How long will I need to come to therapy? And when will I know that it is finished?

It is really difficult to say how long you will need to come, particularly at the beginning, as time is needed for the therapeutic relationship to develop, and for issues to be explored at a pace that is appropriate for you. But generally when there is a feeling that you are experiencing your life with greater ease and confidence then this would be the time to discuss ending therapy. 

How much does it cost?

Sessions are £55 to £70 in the daytime, and £60 - £75 in the evening.

I can offer concessions depending on circumstances and availability.

Will I have to do drama and movement?

No. Drama and Movement in Therapy is not for everyone, although sometimes more introverted people find that it is not as intrusive or embarrassing as they thought. Importantly, movement and drama in therapy does not entail performing or being extrovert. I only introduce it with a clients consent, and even then it may only be a part of the session.