Sue Akehurst Counselling
Fees & Info

white simple

Fees

  • Counselling: £50 per 50 minute session.
  • EMDR: £50 per 50 minute session, £75 for longer session up to 90 minutes.
  • Supervision: £50 per hour 

Yes. I require at least 24 hours’ notice of cancellation and I charge the full fee for cancelled or non-attended sessions as I still have to cover costs such as room hire.

You can call me on 07944 394245 to find out more about how I work or you can contact me via my website.

During lockdown I can be more flexible with my working hours.

My core face to face working hours are:
Mondays  1.00 – 7.30 pm
Tuesdays  1.30 – 7.30 pm
Thursdays 1.00 – 6.15 pm

I also work using video calling for supervision.

I have allocated a couple of spaces for people whose family income is below the minimum wage and am happy to discuss a concessionary fee when I have available space. Do contact me for details.

Useful links

  • BACP It’s good to talk:
    Their Directory covers the whole country and should enable you to find a counsellor close to home.
    Counselling Directory:
    A user-friendly directory of counsellors covering the whole country, searchable by region.
    Carolyn Spring’s website: on recovering from abuse and trauma. Lots of free resources on the blog page plus online courses and webinars for survivors and professionals
    The National Self Harm Network
    BEAT: The UK’s National Eating Disorder Charity
    Relate: Counselling for every type of relationship. Information about relationships, couple counselling, sex therapy, courses for parents etc.
    WMRSASC: West Mercia Rape and Sexual Abuse support centre
    The Samaritans:
    They can be contacted by phone or email 24/7 and some branches also offer face to face work.
    Drop The Disorder: A Disorder 4 Everyone: An excellent  website which has many resources for anyone interested in exploring and understanding the sources of trauma & emotional distress rather than looking to a diagnosis
    Pink Therapy:
    This site includes a directory of LGBTQ affirmative therapists
    Zero Balancing Association:
    Information about Zero Balancing and a directory of qualified Zero Balancers
    Black Minds Matter: A website
     whose mission is to support making therapy and mental health support relevant and accessible to black people.

Out2gether: A local LGBT+ charity – lots of social events, bookgroup, wellbeing events plus specific groups.
Rachel Edwards Counselling
Heartland Tai Chi: Alan Smith’s Worcester based Tai Chi school
Beacon Clinic: The Beacon Clinic’s website where you’ll find details of all of our practitioners.
Alison Moon Acupuncture

Important Documents

Website design: