What does Counselling mean?

Counselling is an adventure; a journey of growth, self-discovery and sometimes healing. And as most journeys it will have its ups and downs, but that is how we know it is working. My role as a therapist is not to lead nor do I have the answers for you. And there are no magic wands or reading minds involved 🙂

Counselling Amalthea Therapy

As an Integrative Counsellor my role is...

to accompany my you in your therapeutic journey with love and acceptance,

to provide a safe space for your exploration to happen,

to suggest tools that will empower you during this process.

How it Works

1. First contact.

If you are thinking about starting therapy and you believe you can benefit from my services, please contact me either using the website form or via email at info@amaltheatherapy.com or call 07342891955.

Please note that I can work with you in English or Greek.

2. What happens next.

Once I receive your message, I will get back to you within 2 working days to discuss about arranging a free of charge first meeting. I would love to meet you and answer any questions you might have.

3. What happens in the first meeting.

The purpose of our first meeting is to get to know each other and to discuss what brings you to therapy, what you are looking to get out of it, ways we can work together, availability, cost and anything else that might concern you. If we feel we can work together we set the time and day and the journey begins.

In case you are a parent/carer/guardian interested in referring a child under 13 years old please note the first free meeting will be with you the parent/carer/guardian.

The first free of charge meeting will last 50 minutes and it can take place in person in Finchley Central in London, via telephone or via internet through a web camera. Please note that for a web session you will need a computer with access to internet and a camera.

4. How often we will meet.

A necessary element in Counselling and Psychotherapy is consistency. The meetings need to take place at the same time, day and place every week as that regularity reinforces the feeling of familiarity and safety for both of us. Also, the frequency needs to be at least weekly for the meetings to be fruitful.

5. Where, duration and cost.

Our meetings can take place in person in Finchley Central. My office is very close to the tube station, with free on street parking. I am also a trained Cyber Therapist and I offer Online Therapy via web camera and Phone Therapy.

I am strong believer in equal opportunities, so if due to your circumstances your needs cannot be accommodated by any of these options i.e. someone with a disability, a single parent with very young children and no childcare etc. let’s talk and find a solution that works for both of us. Parents with young babies are very welcome to come with their little one!

The duration of each session is 50 minutes and the cost per session is £55.

6. Cancellation policy.

While we meet, I have a 24 hours cancellation policy, which means if our session is cancelled in less than 24 hours or if you fail to attend a session l will have to charge you for the session. If an emergency comes up, I will try to offer an alternative slot, if possible, but please be mindful of the importance for consistency in therapy.

7. Ending.

Finally when we decide our journey is coming to an end, and of course that suggestion can come from you or me or both, as with any other relationship there has to be a closure. To allow a proper closure we will have 4 more sessions after we agree to an ending.

Questions?

I will be happy to answers any questions you may have.

About Me

Let me introduce myself!

Get in touch

If you are thinking about starting therapy and you believe you can benefit from my services please, contact me using the following link

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Mobile Number

If I am unable to answer your call immediately please, leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible within the next 2 working days.

[+44] 07342891955

In case of emergency

If you are ever in a state of crisis or emergency, please contact a crisis line such as Childline at 0800 1111 or Samaritans at 116 123 or go to your local Accident and Emergency Department.