Psychotherapy and Counselling
Individual Sessions £50 per hour
Couples sessions £75 per 1.5 hours

Group Therapy Work

Group sessions £25 for 2 hours per week (maximum group size, 6 participants).

Group Therapy Day
Monthly group session 10 am - 5 pm £75 per person, includes 1 hour for lunch and two 15 minute breaks (maximum group size, 6 participants)
Individual assessment will be required to ensure suitability for any therapeutic group work; this could involve as many as 6 to 8 sessions.

Mediation

Intake & Joint Fees are £50 per hour.
If you are based in Lincoln, mediation sessions can take place within our office space at Ample House, South Park. Alternatively, we may be able to travel to areas within Lincolnshire (50p per mile travel charge) and arrange neutral meeting facilities close to your home.

Psycho-Educational Groups

Group sessions £10 for 1.5 hours per week.

Professional Development
Clinical Supervision

Individual Session: £60 per 1.5 hours
Group of 3: £40 per person for three hours.
Continuing Professional Development Groups
2 hour session - £12 (maximum group size, 8)
6 hour session - £60 per person (10am to 5pm, includes 1 hour for lunch and two 15 minute breaks)
(maximum group size 8)

Please ask about possible concessions or funding if you are earning below £24,000 or are currently unemployed and wanting to seek work. There is a separate page titled National Lottery and European Funding which describes the criteria you need to meet to be eligible for funding opportunities.

Mediation

What is Mediation?
Mediation is a way of helping parties resolves disputes and disagreements through face to face meetings with a trained person who is independent, will not take sides and is experienced in helping people resolve problems.

What are the benefits of Mediation?

  • It puts the parties in control. The parties in dispute are assisted to find their own solutions rather than having ultimatums imposed on them (by a court for example).
  • It enables parties to find common ground so that a relationship can continue into the future.
  • Parties discover what each other’s concerns and interests are.
  • It can help to prevent or dispel anti-social behaviour through common understanding.

It helps to reduce bitterness and can help to prevent unnecessary and expensive legal proceedings.

How does Mediation work?
You may be referred to us by your local Council, Housing Association or employer, or you may contact us directly. Please ensure all parties have consented to participate in the mediation process.