top of page


  • Is therapy is right for me?
    It is important to note that although therapy is helpful for specific ailments and goals, it is also not limited to this. Therapy is an often overlooked exercise of self-care. It is an opportunity to feel more in tune, regulated, and aware.
  • How do I know that this time therapy will work for me?
    Mental health improvement does not happen overnight. Therapy is a process, and it can take time for our symptoms to improve. It is also important to find the right therapist who can treat what you are experiencing. Keep in mind different approaches may be better for different issues. If you didn’t feel heard in your previous therapy, or if your symptoms have not changed since your last therapy experience, a different therapist might be what you need to move forward.
  • How long do I need to be in therapy for?
    The length spent in therapy is a personal choice that is dependent on your goals, resources, needs and your case's complexity. Therapy is a long-term commitment, and although clients will report feeling better in 2-3 months it is important to think of therapy as not just about 'fixing' ourselves, but rather, a way of living.
  • How much does therapy cost?
    Clarity Therapy prides itself on being an accessible and transparent entity. Sessions are priced at £95/€100 and for those that are unable to afford these fees, a sliding scale program is offered. In our sliding scale program, sessions are priced in accordance with your employment status, abilities and frequency. Please note that spaces in our sliding scale program are limited.
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    Cancellations need to be made a week in advance or you will be liable to pay for the session.
  • What are the policies regarding confidentiality?
    Sessions are confidential as I am bound by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy's Code of Ethics. Everything that is discussed in our sessions stays in within the service. Exceptions to this are when there is a belief of someone is in danger. In such instances, this would be disclosed to you before and would include you in the safeguarding process.
bottom of page