Frequently Asked Questions
'Dialogue is the starting point and unifying force in all human relationships' - Daisaku Ikeda
What's the first session like?
Our first meeting will be an assessment to look at what brings you to therapy - why now - and to see if we're happy to work with each other.
How many sessions will I need?
I can offer both long-term work (one year and beyond) and short-term (6 or 12 sessions)
Cost per session?
£65 per 60 min session - including initial assessments.
What are your available times?
Please email for available times. Thank you.
What about getting to you?
From Elephant and Castle, you can get the following buses towards Camberwell Green - 35, 45, 68, 468, 12, 176, 171, or 40.
From Oval - 185, 436, or 36.
In terms of travel, where are you in Southwark?
I'm in zone 2, in the SE5 area of Southwark - just about 10 minutes away from Elephant and Castle or Oval.
How can I contact you?
Do feel free to email me in the first instance.
Do you know of links to other therapy services/organisations?
Just CLICK HERE to visit Joel Simpson Counselling
Just CLICK HERE to visit Ian Leigh Therapy
Just CLICK HERE to visit Lotus Psychotherapeutic Counselling & Coaching
Just CLICK HERE to visit The Counselling Space
Just CLICK HERE to visit Ongea for therapy rooms to rent
Just CLICK HERE to visit Re-Vision
Just CLICK HERE to visit Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
Just CLICK HERE to visit The British Association of Dramatherapists
Just CLICK HERE to visit Roundabout Dramatherapy
Just CLICK HERE to visit Kirk Lock Counselling
What is Dramatherapy?
'Dramatherapy is the intentional use of healing aspects of drama and theatre as the therapeutic process.
It is a method of working and playing that uses action methods to facilitate creativity, imagination, learning, insight and growth'
British Association of Dramatherapists
What does your workspace look like?
The photo below is my therapy/counselling room.
"One of the most important things Haydn helped me with was the concept of being kind to myself. I was so used to my internal voice beating me up, my mantra was - you should be doing this, you should be doing that."