Jo Couling MA, MBACP (Sen. Accred) Counsellor & Psychotherapist in County Durham

I feel anxious about coming to counselling

Whether you are coming for couples counselling or as an individual, it is natural to feel a bit anxious initially, especially if this is the first time you have been to counselling. The first session gives you an opportunity to tell me something about the problems you are experiencing and to ask any questions about the counselling. I hope that you will feel safe and comfortable talking to me, but there is no obligation to book further sessions if you do not.

How long is the appointment and how many will I need?

Appointments are 50 minutes long. Many people find that they achieve what they want from counselling in about 8-12 sessions, but others choose to take longer and work at a deeper level.

How much will it cost?

Sessions cost £55 for individuals and £65 for couples.

Current available appointments (updated 13.08.22)

Tuesday 16th August 7.30pm
Wednesday 17th August 6pm
Monday 22nd August 7.30pm
Tuesday 23rd August 7.30pm
Wednesday 24th August 6pm, 7.30pm
Thursday 25th August 7.30pm

A few daytime appointments are available on request

Does it need to be at the same time and day each week?

Sessions are offered at the same time and day each week where possible, but there is also some flexibility to allow for other commitments.

Where does counselling take place?

Face to face sessions are available at the Lanchester Community Centre but I also offer appointments by Zoom or telephone.

How do I make an appointment?

You can contact me by emailing or ring me on 07759 661276. If I am not available, please leave me a message with the best time to contact you. Appointments are usually available withing 3-5 days.

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