How much does it cost?
My fees are pro rata as follows:
- St Albans – £70 per hour
- London – £80 per hour
Discounts are available for students, key workers, people on low wages and Equity or MU members – please email outlining your circumstances.
First adult sessions are 2 hours. Thereafter 90 min – 2 hours as required.
First Child/Teen sessions are 90 min. Thereafter 60 min – 90 min as required.
- An initial phone consultation (up to 20 minutes) is free of charge.
- Letters/assessments and meetings (phone, in-person or Skype, including any travel required) are also chargeable at the same rate pro rata.
- Corporate/insurance* fees on request.
Where are you based?
St Albans – my consulting room is in a quiet area off Prospect Road. Approx 15 minutes walk from City Station (London/Brighton/Luton line) or 2 minutes walk from Abbey Station (Watford line). Free parking is available.
I also hold an occasional clinic in North London, however my practice there is full for the forseeable future.
How many sessions will I need?
Most people come for between 1 and 10 sessions. There is no minimum or set number, because everyone and every situation is different.
For habitual problems like smoking, nail-biting, fear of flying, fear of lifts etc, we usually need just 1 or 2 sessions.
When problems are deeper e.g. anxiety, depression, stress or eating disorders, the number of sessions would typically be between 6-10. The therapy aims to help you resolve the cause of a recurring problem, not just superficial symptoms.
What happens if I can’t attend an appointment?
If you give 24 hours notice to change or cancel an appointment, there is no charge. Any cancellations with less than 24 hours notice will be charged at the normal session fee, as the therapist’s time and facilities have been reserved for you.
What if I am late?
In fairness to the client after you, your session will still end at the previously agreed time.
What payment methods are available?
Payment is usually made in cash or by cheque at the end of the session. Invoicing and payment by BACs are available if required.
What session times are available?
I offer appointments on weekdays mornings and evenings, also some weekends.
How do I book an appointment?
You can book by phone or email – use the contact form page on this site. Feel free to phone if you want to discuss it or have any questions.
Will I be conscious?
Yes – hypnosis is not sleep or unconsciousness, its a natural state that feels a bit like the drowsy feeling just as you’re waking up.
What can hypnotherapy help?
There are many problems that it can help resolve, here are just some of them:
- Lack of Confidence
- Social Fears
- Stopping Smoking
- Fear of being sick / Emetophobia
- IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
- Panic Attacks / Anxiety Attacks
- Stuttering / Stammering
- Sex Drive Issues
- Eating Disorders
- Feeling Down
- Shy Bladder
- Fear of driving
- Anxiety and Stress
- Chronic Fatigue
- Low Self-esteem
- Driving Test Nerves
- Vaginismus (Primary Vaginismus and Secondary Vaginismus)
- Premature Ejaculation
- Sexual Problems
- Fear of Heights
- Emotional Problems
- Interview Nerves
- Public Speaking
- Fear of the Dentist
- Long Term Grief
- Poor Self Image
- Nail Biting
- Driving Phobia
- Bruxism (Teeth Grinding)
- Migraines (linked to emotion / stress)
- Fear of Commitment
- Depression (Depressive Illnesses)
*Expert Witness Fees
When called as an Expert Witness my fee is £1,000 per hour