Psychotherapy involves a confidential, professional relationship in which you can think together with someone about your life. You may have felt depressed, anxious or angry for some time, or you may want help to find your way through a short-term problem. Some people have difficulties they can't easily talk to friends or family about. Some people want to get a better understanding of experiences they have had, to help them move ahead. As well as thinking and talking about your experiences, psychotherapy can involve attention to body sensations and feelings it is not easy to find words for. You may remember bits of dreams, or you may describe situations using visual images that occur to you. Whatever comes up can turn out to be meaningful, even when it doesn’t seem to make any obvious sense at first.
If you might be interested in low-cost three times weekly psychotherapy, I currently have a space via the British Psychotherapy Foundation, which has a Low Fee Scheme offering Jungian Analysis for adults who are able to make a commitment of a minimum of three times weekly sessions.
This is a service that takes into account your particular financial circumstances and the fee ranges from £10 to £25 per session.
To explore this option, rather than contacting me directly, please email Jane Desborough, BPF Low Fee Scheme Organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information on this scheme can be found at https://www.britishpsychotherapyfoundation.org.uk/therapy/low-fee-intensive-therapy.
I have been working with clients in private practice for over 15 years and am registered with the UK Council for Psychotherapy - registration number 07158940.
I trained between 2003 and 2009 and have an MA in psychotherapy. My continuing professional development has included a 12-day training in working with trauma, with Babette Rothschild, and further learning from psychoanalytic and Jungian analytic approaches.
Sessions are once (or twice if appropriate) weekly at the same time each week. My fee is currently £60 per session.
My location is off Histon Road/B1049 in the northwestern part of Cambridge. It's easy to come in by car from Junction 32 of the A14 (Histon interchange) or it takes about 30 minutes to walk (12 to cycle) from the centre of Cambridge.