Sarah Knevitt - Core Process Psychotherapy. 

    Useful Information about sessions, locations and fees...

    How often are the sessions?

     

    Sessions take place on a regular basis, once a week and last for one hour. The same time slot is made available for you each week.  I can offer early evening sessions and at weekends on a Saturday.

     

    How long would we work together?

     

    The length of time spent working together can either be short or long-term depending on what you need from psychotherapy and what it is you specifically want to achieve? There will be regular opportunities within the sessions to review the work undertaken and agree on future timescales.

     

    Where do we meet?

     

    My private practice is based in mid Cornwall within easy reach of Wadebridge/Bodmin/St Austell and Truro.  I also work with private clients based at Barnfield Hill Therapy Rooms which is close to the centre of Exeter. 

     

    I have included more information about where I am based on my 'Location' page.

     

    What about fees?

     

    I operate a sliding scale for fees based on your financial circumstances and I offer the first session free of charge. This is an initial consultation where we will discuss what you want to bring to counselling/therapy and make an agreement together on the way forward.
     

    Other relevant information:
     

    I hold full professional indemnity insurance for my client work. I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP) and I am a trainee member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). I abide by their Ethical framework guidelines for good practice and code of confidentiality along with those of the Karuna Institute.

     

    I have also included below some useful links which might be of interest to you:

     

    Karuna Institute: http://www.karuna-institute.co.uk

    British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP):  https://www.bacp.co.uk

    United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP): http://www.psychotherapy.org.uk