Can I first have a consultation to find out more?
Yes, you can. During this session you and your therapist address questions that you may have and/or decide whether you would be able to work together.

How much does it cost?
Most members charge between £35 and £60 per session. Lower cost therapy can also be arranged. This is often with a trainee whose work is closely supervised. An initial meeting with a qualified therapist will be necessary to explore whether this is suitable for you.
How frequent would the sessions be? How long would my therapy last?
Patient and therapist meet weekly, or more frequently, usually for 50-minute sessions. The length of treatment can be fixed or open-ended and can last for anything from a few months to a few years.
Can I choose a male or female therapist?
You can state a preference when you contact us to find a psychotherapist.
Is a therapist marked as 'trainee' able to provide a professional service?
Our trainees often are in the later stages of their training and are closely supervised by a trained member of the Cambridge Society for Psychotherapy. We are registered with UKCP and all our members, including our trainees, adhere to their Code of Ethics and standards of professional practice.
Do you offer therapy in other languages?
Yes. Please contact us to find out more.