Therapy in Nottingham and Counselling services Nottingham now take card payments.
To make accessing therapy in Nottingham as simple and flexible as possible for our current and perspectives clients, Counselling Services Nottingham is pleased to accept debit and credit card payments at no additional charge and clients can do this at the end of their sessions at any location. We accept payments from clients as they go along and don’t ask for upfront payments. We feel that clients should only ever pay as and when they are completely satisfied with the services we provide.
We hope that by adding this payment method to the other ways people can pay being:, cash, cheque and bank transfer, accessing therapy is now even more convenient for clients.
If you have any questions about accessing therapy and counselling in Nottingham, including payments please do make contact
“We believe that counselling and therapy should be as hassle free and as convenient as possible to engage in and for that reason have extended the ways in which private and or corporate clients can pay” Andrew Harvey, Director, Counselling Services Nottingham,.
For corporate clients, we offer account facilities with invoicing and credit facilities when needed. Please call for details.
For more Counselling Directory Nottingham listings and Counselling Services in Nottingham information check out our links page, we list lots of useful information pertaining to therapy, counselling, SKYPE therapy and Counselling and other sources of support for emotional and mental health difficulties. Some of the services on offer are paid, other are free.
We are listed on a number of leading counselling directories and websites. We never list of publishing any client information. The service we supply is completely confidential for all of our clients.
We also have a Facebook page here Facebook this tends to be for information about counselling and therapy generally. Please do pop on to the Facebook Page, give us a like and you will then receive notifications of updates we post.
Our sister company AddictionsCounselling.netis also listed on a number of therapy and counselling websites. On that site, you will find lots of useful information pertaining to help, therapy and counselling for addictions, substance misuse and other compulsive type issues. The links page on this site has links to a number of helpful resources from the addictions counselling, therapy and self-help fields.
Counselling Services Nottingham and AddictionsCounselling.Net can be found on many of the of the leading Counselling Directories and Therapy Listing websites both in the UK and International. If you know of a site that we are not listed on that would help people find us, please do send us an email.
Guide to therapy. Getting the most out of therapy and counselling
For the purpose of this article, the terms counselling and therapy are used interchangeably. This Guide to therapy is written in the hope that it may help you think about how you might get the best out of your experience of therapy. Therapy comes in many different shapes, sizes and flavours, and this will be influenced by the type of therapy you have (sometimes referred to as modality), your therapist, your reasons for seeking therapy and maybe most of all, what you want from therapy.
The last factor above is “what you want from therapy,” is maybe the most important factor in your therapy. It will help you if you can think about and explore with your therapist (on an ongoing basis) what you want from therapy and have confidence in your therapist that together you can work towards that.
Confidence in your therapist is extremely important, do you feel you are able to trust them, be open with them, and feel safe and not judged? If you answer no to any of these points, it will help you to explore this with your therapist, or, if needed, move on to a therapist that can offer you these elements. Research that points towards successful outcomes for clients in therapy very strongly suggests that the relationship between you and your therapist is often key to successful outcomes.
Sometimes therapy might be an extremely powerful experience, and at these times it is important to remember that, on occasions, feelings can feel very scary, and at these times you need to be able to feel safe and confident in your therapist. If you don’t please tell them, and if you don’t feel heard or understood, maybe they are not the therapist for you.
I sometimes hear people say that therapy didn’t work for them. I sometimes wonder when I hear this that maybe it was the type of therapy and/or therapist that didn’t work for them, not Therapy. It’s a bit like food; the cook and type of food can make a big difference to how satisfied you might feel with your meal. A good therapist should be able to explain clearly what they feel they can offer you, how they work and should be open to hearing from you what you are looking for You may need to talk to a few therapist before choosing one.
Between session, some therapist might suggest you do some “homework” (if appropriate). This can often help you reflect on sessions and get more out of your therapy. Sometimes clients tell me that after therapy they feel tired, and find it beneficial to schedule a treat or relaxation in order to either reflect on what they had done in the session or, if appropriate, to draw a line under the session and “get on with their day”. Experiment and find out what works for you.
One last thing I would like to pass on, is that much of the current research points to successful therapy being largely influenced by a client’s belief, hope and trust that therapy will help them. This can be challenging because at the time of seeking therapy clients might be struggling with hope generally. So, if you are able to be willing and be open to the hope that therapy might offer you, you may well rediscover your own hope, and that, in itself, can be a gift.
I hope what I have conveyed in this brief article is that therapy is for you. It’s an investment you make in you, and as such it should be as you need it to be. The relationship you have with your therapist is key; you need to feel safe and be able to ask for what you want from the sessions.
A video Introduction to A Counselling Service In Nottingham
Recorded (2014) By Andrew Harvey Counsellor and Therapist, Counselling Services Nottingham
Counselling Services Nottingham (CSN) was established by Andrew Harvey in 2014. With professional comfortable offices and counselling rooms in West Bridgford, Nottingham the service provides to support to adults and young people struggling with mental health or emotional difficulties seeking a private counselling in Nottingham or the surrounding area.
In this video Andrew talks a little about what clients can expect when coming or counselling and how they might move forward with therapy. Coming along to therapy can be a daunting prospect which is why he offers a free initial telephone consultation where you can ask any questions you might have, many clients find this helpful.
Andrew has worked for leading supplier of behavioural health services The Priory Group, he has worked in NHS services and provides consultancy and training to other counsellors and services.
The services Counselling Services Nottingham provide include consultation, training, employee assistance services alongside its core service of therapy and counselling for individuals.
Some of the reasons clients use our services;
No GP referral required
Free initial telephone consolation
Convenient access to counselling
Professional, experienced counsellor
A specialist side of the company was added in 2015 to work with individuals and services offering addictions counselling and consultancy, offering specialist addiction counselling support. Details can be found here.
Counselling Services in Nottingham on Social Media.
I occasionally post articles and other counselling related information on our Facebook page. We welcome your “LIKES” but please do be aware by doing this some of our updates and content may appear in your news feed. Of course, clients confidentiality is key to our work, so we never contact clients via Facebook and NEVER disclose anything about our clients in a public arena. Our Facebook page is purely to share general information about therapy, counselling services in Nottingham, self-help information, counselling and Counselling Services Nottingham News.
On the Facebook pages, you will find quotes that I find inspirational, information about some mental health issues, including recovery information and also information on some of the training events I run. These are mostly for other counsellors and therapists but, I hope, are of interest to others. Look out also on the pages for group therapy opportunities and events that might be of interest.
I also use the pages to promote some of the charities and other organizations that I am aware of or work with.