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Addiction Therapy Nottingham Fees
Addiction Therapy Nottingham offers clients two options for accessing addiction help, support and therapy. Firstly Face 2 Face addiction therapy and counselling (two different locations in Nottingham), and secondly SKYPE (or other online platforms) addiction therapy and counselling (national and international service). Below are my usual fees, sessions are 50 minutes and tend to be weekly initially.
Initial Free 15 minute no obligation consultation – Call for details
Face 2 Face Addiction Counselling and Therapy £50
Group Therapy from £32
Additional services (Letters, training and consultation) – Call for details
Payments are accepted by almost all payment methods including cash, PayPal, cheque, debit card and bank transfer.
I do not look to lock anyone into a contract and you are free to stop therapy whenever you want to, therefore we will constantly review your progress and seek the best way forward together. I do ask for 48 hours notice if you have to cancel your therapy session; failure to provide this notice will result in a charge up to the full session fee.
Because it is important that you connect with your therapist and are comfortable with moving forward the best way forward may be a free, no obligation telephone consultation. Please do make contact on 07802 767462 , via email or use the contact form on the contact page.
Health insurance or an employee assistance programme may be able to fund your addictions counselling.
Some health insurance policies may be able to help you fund your addiction therapy, check your provider and policy details. I make additional charges to produce assessments and reports (charges available upon request), as often required by insurance providers. Also, some Employee Assistance Programme providers will support you in accessing suitable support. I am experienced at carrying out work with clients who have accessed support by these methods and as a result, I am able to offer you some advice and information on the best way forward, please call for details.
Finally, a word with regards to seeking support. Many people who struggle with compulsive behaviours, addictive processes and/or substance misuse (Drugs and or Alcohol) struggle to make the commitment to change, often saying “tomorrow will be different”, sadly often tomorrow never happens the way they had hoped. Therefore, change needs to start today. Making the first move can often be the hardest, it can also be the most significant.