Phone: 07510 805712
Email: [email protected]
I have practices in Folkestone and Canterbury and both clinics are in the town centres.
Folkestone is easily accessible from Ashford, Canterbury and Dover. It is on the High Speed train line from London St Pancras International and East Kent coastal towns of Ramsgate, Deal and Dover. It is on bus routes from Canterbury and Hythe. It is just off the M20 from London and Ashford and is three miles from the Channel Tunnel turn off. It is accessible by road from Rye and East Sussex (A259), Canterbury (A2) and Dover (A20).
Please get in touch for the Folkestone clinic address.
Canterbury is well connected by rail, road and local cycle paths. It has direct local train connections from Ashford, Dover and Margate. It is on the High Speed line from London St Pancras International. It is easily accessible by local buses from the whole county and is just off the M2 from London, the A2 and A28.
I work in Concorde House Clinic in Canterbury.
Now that restrictions have eased, I am working face-to-face again. However, to ensure everyone’s safety during the pandemic, I continue to work with people on video or by phone, if preferred.
To discuss any of this, please contact me.
Sessions are normally once a week. The usual session time is 50 minutes.
Sessions are usually at regular agreed times.
Cost of a first meeting/assessment: £70
Cost of regular sessions: £70
I have a number of spaces at discounted rates. These are currently all taken. If you would like to join the waiting list for one of these spaces, please contact me.
You can also contact me initially for a short phone/video consultation. There is no charge for this.
All client information is confidential. Sharing of information would only be done with your prior agreement. The only exception to this would be rare cases of emergency. For details, see examples listed in the UKCP Code of Ethics. Even in such exceptional circumstances, I would always do my best to speak to you about it first.
As part of professional good practice, I need the name and address of your General Practitioner. If I need to contact your GP, I will always speak to you about it first.