FAQ

There is more detailed information included on previous pages but if you have come directly to this page I hope that you will find the following questions and answers helpful.

Who can benefit from therapy?

We can all find therapy beneficial regardless of age, gender, sexuality or religious beliefs.

What issues can be brought to therapy?

People seek to access therapy for many reasons including: Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Panic Attacks, Phobias, Bereavement, Divorce, Abuse, Sexual Violence, Trauma, PTSD, OCD, Confidence and Self-esteem issues, Family and relational issues, Self-harm, Eating Disorders…to name but a few.  However, there are also times when a person doesn’t always know exactly why they feel the way they do and therapy can help to clarify what is going on, deepen self-awareness and provide the support that is needed to work through these feelings.

Which type of therapy is right for me?

The issues that you are facing, as well their origins, will determine which type of therapy is right for you and this is why I offer a free initial consultation in order to make an assessment of your individual needs.

How long will I need to attend therapy?

There is no set amount of sessions as this will depend on what is brought into the therapy room. Some clients have specific issues that may be addressed within 6-9 weeks while others may require longer term support. We will discuss this in the initial consultation but ultimately the decision will be yours.

How much will it cost?

Each session lasts for 50 minutes and costs £40.

Where will sessions be held?

I see clients in Rushden, Kettering and Northampton. Full addresses will be provided when the initial consultation is arranged.

Will sessions be confidential?

Yes. Sessions are confidential unless there is a threat to your life, a risk to another or a court of law orders the release of information. It is a requirement as a therapist that I attend regular supervision but any issues that may be discussed will always be done so anonymously.

What do I do now?

Please feel free to contact me on 07821 975496 or email info@summitcounselling.co.uk  if you require any more information or if you would like to arrange a free no obligation initial consultation.


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 ‘Everybody wants to reach the top of the mountain, but there is no growth at the peak. It is in the valley that we slog through the lush grass and rich soil, learning and becoming what enables us to summit life’s next peak.’ ~ Andy Andrews ~