I am currently unavailable until December 2018 


Hello, my name is Kerry and I am a BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and an NMC Registered Mental Health Nurse.  In addition to my NHS work I practice privately offering evidence based psychological therapies to individuals and psychological skills training workshops to businesses.  I work from an office in Poundbury near Dorchester, and can visit you at home or at work in the West Dorset area.

In therapy my approach is integrative.  It does not matter whether you know the cause of your issues or not, or whether you have diagnostic labels or not, I can work with you in the present to help you resolve current issues, manage unhelpful patterns of thinking, feeling and reacting,  and help you find meaning and purpose in your life.

The skills training offered is based on the work of Dr Paul Flaxman of City University, London, a globally recognised academic in the fields of burnout, workplace recovery and resilience (and my trainer).  For information on Paul's work follow the link  Dr Paul Flaxman | City, University of London

For information on CBT please use the link to the BABCP.

For information on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy see the link to www.contextualscience.org 

For information on Compassion Focused Therapy see the link to www.compassionatemind.co.uk

For information on my background and experience and the way I work, use the link to the Counselling Directory.

If you have any other questions or queries, or if you would like to arrange a free, informal half an hour meeting, then please phone me on 07969 720461, or email me directly at: kerry@hello-lets-talk.com

Fees for therapy

Introductory half an hour meeting                                                                No charge
Initial Assessment (approximately 50-60 minutes)                                        £75.00
Psychological Therapy Sessions (approximately 50-60 minutes)                £75.00
Five sessions. when paid in full in advance                                                     £300.00
Follow up/progress meetings with employers, family etc., per hour          £75.00
Written report at the end of treatment (if required)                                      £75.00
Travel time, per hour                                                                                           £35.00
Brief telephone conversations to assist                                                           No charge    
               
Fees for training

Sorry - not currently available; there aren't enough days in the week!

Confidentiality: As far as is possible, what we discuss in sessions remains between us.  All of the information that you provide is kept securely and handled in accordance with guidance from the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office).

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