HOW LONG DOES EACH THERAPY SESSION TAKE?
Depending on each person's circumstances and preferences, therapy can be open-ended or fixed-term. Tania aims to review progress, flow and frequency of sessions collaboratively with clients on a regular basis.
Sessions can be:
- 50 or 90 minutes each.
- weekly, fortnightly, or monthly.
- email or Skype consultation may be possible between face-to-face sessions (per special arrangement).
WHAT THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES DOES TANIA USE?
As Tania has qualifications in systemic family therapy and clinical psychology, she seeks to work creatively and flexibly to meet the needs of those with whom she works.
Tania draws largely from systemic and social constructionists approaches including Narrative Therapy and Collaborative Practices.
Other theoretical concepts taken into practice are drawn from the Milan Associates approach and Solution Focused Brief Therapy. Tania might also integrate concepts and strategies from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, Attachment-Narrative approaches, Compassion and Mindfulness-based techniques, play and creative techniques.
WHAT ARE THE FEES FOR EACH SESSION?
Fees depend on the modality, duration and frequency of sessions.
The basic rate is:
£45/hour for each pack of six individual sessions, or £50/hour per each session.
£50/hour for couple and family sessions
These prices may be tailored to your particular needs and circumstances.
Special arrangements may be negotiated for students and younger people who may be facing particularly challenging situations. Feel free to contact Tania to discuss your particular circumstances.
Skype consultations, when agreed, have different rates.
WHAT ABOUT PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY?
All details discussed in the sessions are private and confidential. If the work involves a combination of individual and family sessions, it will be discussed and agreed with those involved what will be / will not be shared with others.
It is necessary to ensure everyone’s safety and this will always be paramount. As such, where there are concerns of risk to the person in therapy or others, it might be necessary to discuss the concerns with others e.g. family members or your GP. Confidentiality and the above described procedures regarding risk are part of the code of professional ethics as highlighted in AFT guidelines.