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Unless otherwise stated a session is one hour. The client will be charged pro rata for additional time added on to a session. If you are late arriving we still terminate at the usual time so as not to delay the next person. Payment (except businesses or contracts) is at the end of each session to the therapist providing counselling or psychotherapy or supervision

  • CBP/CBT £80 per session for an individual

  • Integrative Counselling Practice £40 per session for an individual

  • Integrative Counselling Practice couple session  £60

  • Family work of any approach £100 per session

  • CBP/CBT clinical supervision £50 per session

  • Integrative Counselling Practice clinical supervision £35 per session

  • Business contracts/training of any approach by negotiation

  • Consultancy by negotiation

  • Letters and reports by negotiation

If a client wishes to be visited at their home or specific venue of their choice and the therapist has to travel for more than 15 minutes to accomodate this, then this may incur a charge. Business/training contracts are exempt from this fee.

We will have a screening conversation with most potential clients. This provides both parties with an opportunity to consider whether they wish to work together. It is just as important that you feel comfortable with your therapist, as it is that he or she feels able to work with you. At the end of the first session we would arrange to meet for an agreed number of sessions.
There is no obligation to attend all the sessions arranged and you are free to terminate your appointments at any time. A review session takes place at the end of the agreed number of sessions where we jointly assess progress and what further action, if any, may be needed. If we decide not to work together we try to provide you with details of alternative practitioners or agencies.

Cancellation Policy

A full 24 hours notice is required for cancelled appointments otherwise the full fee is payable.


There are many different models of counselling to choose from. We do not believe there is one model that helps everyone as each person is an individual and what might suit one person may not necessarily suit another. We aim to be sensitive to the cultural and ethnic origins of individuals and to people's religious beliefs and sexual orientation.

Confidentiality and Access to Case Notes

The trust between client and therapist is crucial to the success of the process and the therapists will all treat all information disclosed as confidential with the exception of drug running, terrorism and road traffic accidents involving injury to a third party and not previously reported. Any details a supervisor receives are also treated as confidential and the therapists do not disclose client details to a third party without the client's permission. However, if in the therapist's opinion a client/supervisee is a danger to him/herself or to others the therapist reserves the right to inform appropriate agencies. It is good practice, wherever possible, to inform the client/supervisee first. Extremely rarely notes can be seized by the police/courts with a subpoena or warrant. The therapist will keep brief notes following each session that you are entitled to see if you so wish.

We each recognise that some clients require confidentiality in respect of their GP and in these instances will just record the GP's contact details so that we can contact them in case of emergency or danger to self and others.
The therapists prefer to ask permission and inform the client's G.P. that they are commencing therapy, so that the G.P. knows that the therapist is working with their patient and also inform them of closing client contact. For client's safety and because a therapist may need GP advice or assistance (for instance regarding medication), we all believe this is good professional practice.

Child Protection

If a client who is a child or young person (under the age of 18), discloses to the therapist new information of experiencing abuse, the therapist reserves the right to inform appropriate agencies.
Generally this will be done with the consent of the child or young person and their parents or those with parental responsibility for the child or young person. If consent is refused or gaining consent would in the therapistís professional opinion, put the child or young person at greater risk, then the therapist will report the issue to the appropriate agencies.

Declining a service

The individual therapists of tri therapy reserve the right to decline to offer a service to any individual person or organisation. This decision will only be taken after due consideration of any request.

Contacting tri-therapy

The therapists of tri therapy may be contacted by e mail or phone and will respond as soon as practically possible.

Jazz Kang
(ICP/Couples work)

07939 121732

Margot Levinson

07834 286815

The therapists in tri therapy are all sole traders and contracts made with any of them are a contract between the client/ business/agency and the individual therapist.