We are living through uncertain times as the Coronavirus pandemic seems to be changing many things about the way we live. You may be worried about the impact on yourself or your loved ones, and you may also be required choosing to stay out of public spaces. As an alternative to face to face sessions, help is now also available online from Kate Hardy and Sue Day using the Zoom platform.
Is the cost of counselling a barrier for you? If you think counselling is unaffordable, a range of prices are available at the Old Surgery, including £20 and £30 sessions.
Our Low Cost scheme offers 6 sessions at £20 for anybody who needs a lower rate. When you make your initial call, you can discuss your needs with us. Registered Counsellor June Simister offers up to six daytime sessions on our Low Cost scheme.
Student counsellors Wes Kapon and Debbie McVey offer evening sessions for £30. Wes and Debbie both are qualified to Certificate level (Level 3) and completing their Diploma courses.
Contact us today on 07757 675696 or email email@example.com
Since the beginning of 2019, we have welcomed two new counsellors to the Old Surgery Counselling Centre, bringing the team to seventeen. We now have even more appointments available, including evenings, weekends, couples therapy, children’s counselling and family therapy. Call Kate on 07557 675696 for an appointment.
Integrative Counsellor Louise Dawson holds the Foundation Degree in Counselling with the Open University, alongside her Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling. Louise is BACP Accredited and offers sessions to individuals at £45.00, and to couples at £55.00.
Louise says “I will offer you a space to talk through whatever may be troubling you in a supportive, confidential and non-judgemental environment. I will aim to help you find a clearer perspective on your situation and consider whether you want to make changes in your life or work on accepting something. Through counselling you can have the opportunity to find a way forward that is right for you.”
Placement Counsellor Debbie McVey is a counsellor in training, qualified to Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Skills, and working towards Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling.
Debbie says, “I am a member of the BACP and I use a Person Centred approach. I offer a safe and confidential space in which to talk freely about what is troubling you”.
Counselling sessions are now available 9am to 8pm, Monday to Saturday, at both of our sites in central Leighton Buzzard. Our team of ten professional counsellors now offer specialist help including couples, children (9 and over), addictions, trauma and PTSD, depression and anxiety. Call Kate on 07557 675696 for an appointment.