Appointment Costs

Our counselling and therapy fees may vary and are dependent upon the experience and training of your therapist. Please get in contact with our team for further details regarding fees and pricing.

All our Psychologists are experienced in the provision of Expert witness and Medical legal services and this forms a significant part of their professional duties.

Our Psychotherapists have relevant core professional training (Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist, Nurse Practitioner), have been accountable to their core profession for at least a year, have additional training in the theory and practice of CBT and/or Psychotherapy in their relevant area of competence, receive regular clinical supervision including live supervision and are registered to practice with either The British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, The UK Council for Psychotherapy or The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Ways to Pay

Self Funding Your Treatment

Payment for sessions can be made by an electronic transfer (BACS payment via online or telephone banking) or by using our online payment system. Please be sure that you are happy to start therapy before making a booking as all reservations are non-refundable.

Health Insurance

We accept most private healthcare providers including:

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It may be possible to use your private health insurance to cover the cost or part of the cost of your appointments.  Each healthcare provider (Aviva, Cigna, WPA etc) has a different policy so please contact your provider to clarify your specific details. Private healthcare fees are charged at a higher rate to self funding fees. Where there is a short fall between your policy cover and the cost of treatment it will be your responsibility to cover this difference.

FAQs

How do I arrange a CBT Counselling appointment?

You can arrange a CBT Counselling appointment at any of our clinics, or via Skype at a location that suits you, by using our online booking system, by email info@thebritishcbtcounsellingservice.com or by telephone 0800 002 9068.

When you contact us you will be provided with a list of available appointments times and the therapists offering them. Sessions are held at the same time every week (e.g. Monday at 6pm) so when you select an appointment time try to make sure it will be convenient for you to attend at that same time every week.

Once I have selected an appointment and paid for it am I tied into a contract?

You can decide to end your therapy at any point and will not be charged for future scheduled sessions as long as you give notice that you want to end therapy 24 hours before your next appointment.

Recent Testimonials

"My therapist has helped me immensely with the issues I came to her with and not just superficially; I really feel that we are getting to the root of my problems and slowly, gently and safely we are working though them together. As a result I honestly feel the best I’ve felt for years. I have had counselling in the past and finding my current phycologist through the British CBT and counselling service is the best thing I could have done for myself. My therapist is experienced, knowledgeable, relatable and kind. I am so glad I took that brave leap into the unknown with a willingness to feel vulnerable and have an open mind."

MELANIE, East Dulwich
"My husband and I have recently started couples therapy. It’s a terrifying move to start with but talking to a third party really helps see things more clearly and break down some of the issues more methodically."

AMANDA & DAVID, Clapham
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About Us

At the British CBT & Counselling Service, we are Doctors of Clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychologists & CBT Therapists specialising in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for adults and children.

We can help anyone experiencing all types of mental health problems including addiction, anxiety, bereavement, depression, eating disorders, PTSD, relationship problems, stress and other distressing emotional problems.

For a more detailed list visit our Problems page.

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