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Fees, location and other info.My session fees range between £60-80 for regular on-going sessions of 50 minutes. We will negotiate the fee and the possibility of any low-cost therapy when we meet.
I can see you in Central London near the Barbican. I am 2 minutes walk from Barbican underground station, 5 minutes from Farringdon and Moorgate and around 10-12 minutes from Liverpool Street, Chancery Lane and Holborn.
Once we agree on a time slot, I charge for missed sessions. If you can let me know in advance when you have to miss a session, I will do my best to find an alternative time during the same week.
Other resourcesI believe that psychotherapy is a cultural and a social issue because cultural and social values deeply impact the person we become so in understanding ourselves, we need to understand our society. Towards this, I suggest books by Susie Orbach, Harriet Lerner and Andrew Samuels. Books that some people have found useful in learning about therapy are M. Scott Peck's A Road Less Travelled, Thomas Moore's Care of the Soul and Dark Nights of the Soul. I value the approach to therapy that Phillippa Perry takes in her book, Couch Fiction and Stephen Grosz in his book, The Examined Life.
For gay men, I recommend Velvet Rage by Alan Downs as a good introduction to how social factors affect the gay psyche. There are other books by people such as Meg John Barker which address sexual minority issues. Dorothy Rowe has a lot of sage advice and thinking in most of her books.
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