FAQ

How long will a session last?

For the first session please allow 60 minutes, this is to give time for an initial discussion and assessment of your needs.  All following sessions will be between 45-50 minutes.

How many sessions will I need?

There is no commitment or pressure to agree to a certain amount of sessions, at any time the individual can decide whether or not they want to return for another session.

How long should I leave it before making my next appointment?

There is no set answer to this question.  The work that has been done is one session will not lapse due to a time delay in the next appointment. A discussion at the end of a session often leads to an agreement as to when the next session is booked.

How much will it cost me?

My fee is £70 per session and payment is expected after each appointment and can be paid in cash or any of the major credit/debit cards.

What should I expect?

The first five minutes at the initial session will be a general chat to ensure that you feel comfortable in speaking with me.  Being able to feel relaxed and comfortable is essential and therefore if you do not feel that the relationship will be conducive to you then the session will end and there will be no charge.

The session is a talking therapy and on listening to what you are saying I will ask relevant questions.  I also usually like to do tapping with the individual. Assuming this is acceptable, I will demonstrate the points on the body that we tap on – these are on the hand, head and upper body.  The individual taps on their own body, following me.  At each tapping point I will say a statement that will then be repeated by the individual.

Tapping brings about a state of relaxation.  Individuals often feel very tired at the end of the session.  Some people may experience an emotional release this will be handled sensitively in the session.

Many report back to me that they have a good, deep sleep the night that they have tapped.

What conditions can tapping be used for?

Tapping can be used in every situation.  It has particularly good success in dealing with anxiety, depression, phobias, general stress and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder).

What about confidentiality?

Please be assured that everything that is discussed in the room is treated as confidential.  I am registered with ICO, The Information Commissioner Office and I am fully compliant with all aspects of the General Data Protection Regulation.