How to calculate your session fee
I use a sliding scale to work out your fee, which will be between £40 and £60 per session, depending on your income.
I keep three spaces available for people on lower incomes who cannot afford my £40 minimum fee. At present, all of these reduced-cost spaces are taken.
Please see my notes and the table below to work out what you will be paying for your session.
1) If you are single, or in a relationship with no shared finances, please take your own individual total annual income, before tax and from all sources, and use this total to find your session fee on the table below.
2) If you are in a relationship in which you share some or all of your finances, please add together both your total incomes, before tax and from all sources, to reach your 'working total' (i.e. your total combined income as a couple). Then halve this figure. Now take this new, halved figure and use it in the table below to work out your personal session fee.
++ NB: I know that in some circumstances, you may not want your fees to be based on the joint income of you and your partner (for example, if you want to keep your therapy confidential from your partner). Please do feel free to talk this through with me at our first meeting, and together we will find a fee that is fair, taking your unique and particular circumstances into account ++
Total Annual Income (before tax) = This Fee Per Session
Less than £20,000 per year = £40
£20,000-£25,000 per year = £45
£25,000-£30,000 per year = £50
£30,000-£35,000 per year = £55
More than £35,000 per year = £60