I have been a practicing counsellor in South West London for the past 12 years. As an integrative counsellor who works with children and adults, I work to an ethical code of practice with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). This addresses the individual retrospectively, compassionately, and professionally. I specialise in providing counselling for Adults and Children who have Autistic Spectrum Disorders (A.S.D) and other related Spectrum Disorders. I am also a recommended counsellor with The National Autistic Society.
I currently practice from this locations: The Ladbroke Grove Autism Centre which is run by the National Autistic Society.
The sessions are for 60 minutes, and cost £60 for individual and £70 for couples. The fee's are worked out on a sliding scale, depending on a client's financial circumstances; to be negotiated between Therapist (Leslie Stanberry) and client. There are time's when I would be able to see a client at home, again, to be negotiated between Therapist (Leslie Stanberry) and client; at the request of a client, parents or carers of a potential client, but would have to add on travel expenses for this. The environment I work from at Ladbroke Grove is conducive for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)’s.
I am happy to conduct sessions online via video conferencing, indeed, clients with Autism and other Spectrum Disorders may prefer this environment. Furthermore online counselling overcomes barriers that may preclude others from seeking therapy. For example, individuals residing in rural or remote areas where there is no counselling services can benefit from the accessibility of online counselling.
Also individuals who are unable to leave their home for various reasons, may find online therapy a useful alternative to traditional psychotherapy settings.
With this kind of counselling, I work on 'Vsee' which is similar to Skype, but fully confidential. I also use Skype as an alternative to Vsee.