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  • How much are sessions?
    Sessions are £60
  • How do I pay?
    Payments can be made by bank transfer, and I ask that you pay at least 24 hours before your next arranged session. I will provide you with a receipt after payment.
  • Do you take insurance?
    I currently am not taking insurance payments
  • What if I miss a session?
    Sometimes missing a session is unavoidable. I have a 48 hour cancellation policy where I ask that you let me know that you will not be attending a session, at least 48 hours prior to the next arranged session time. If you cancel 48 hours prior to the session then you will not be charged for the session, late cancellations will still incur the session fee. In instances of sickness or emergency, I am happy to offer two adjustments where possible: I can meet with you online instead of in-person I can meet with you online the next day (availability permitting) However, non-attendance due to sickness, which has not been cancelled within the 48 hour policy, will still incur a session charge.
  • What days/times do you offer for appointments?
    I currently only have four appointments available, on a Thursday: 3.10pm - 4.00pm 4.20pm - 5.10pm 5.40pm - 6.30pm 6.50pm - 7.40pm
  • Where do you work from?
    I work from The Old Rectory Clinic, in Iron Acton. It is a lovely, peaceful, welcoming building on the outskirts of Yate. The address is: High Street Iron Acton BS37 9UQ There is free parking on site, and anyone supporting the client to their session is welcome to wait in the designated waiting area.
  • What facilities are there?
    More information about The Old Rectory Clinic, and their facilities, can be found on their website. The key facilities they offer are: Free Parking A designated waiting area Toilet facilities Walking access to the village For clients, rooms are clean, warm, and spacious, as pictured below:
  • Do you offer online sessions?
    I am happy to discuss the potential to work online in an initial consultation, however where possible, I encourage in-person sessions.
  • How long are sessions?
    Sessions are 50 minutes long. This is the usual amount of time allocated by therapists, for sessions.
  • Building accessibility?
    The Old Rectory Clinic is a lovely, peaceful, welcoming space. Here are some key things that you need to know about The Old Rectory Clinic and it's accessibility: Therapy rooms are located on the first floor of the building, there are two short flights of stairs to access them. There are also two independent toilet cubicles in the building, both are located on the first floor. At present there is no lift available for use at The Old Rectory Clinic, however accommodations can be made to use a room on the ground floor, instead of the first, if this will enable you to access sessions - please speak with me about this at time of enquiry so that I can work with you to ensure an accessible space is available. At present, there is no accessible toilet on the ground floor, and no hoist facilities on site. Please do reach out to me if you are concerned about accessibility, I am happy to think about this with you in more detail.
  • Session Accessibility?
    I understand that each client is unique. We all have different preferences, and ways in which we best learn, explore, and communicate with other people. In our initial discussion I will ask you about this, I will seek to adapt my approach so that it suits you and your needs; I want to assure you that I do not expect you to modify, or mask, to get through your sessions. It is my responsibility to adjust to ways of working that suit you best, and I am happy to do so. If you are someone with a communication passport, or one page profile, I encourage you to share that with me so that I can understand how best to support you in the space. I also have a one page profile that I am happy to share with you if you would like to learn more about me prior to meeting me in person. One great thing about Dramatherapy is that we do not need to rely on words to engage in a therapeutic process together. I will have lots of things to hand that you may find help you to express yourself, and explore your thoughts and feelings, non-verbally. For example, I always have art materials, picture cards, games, and objects on me, and find them to be helpful ways of engaging in therapy.
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