Make an appointment

We believe that the process of making an appointment should be handled with care and understanding.

Most people call us to make an appointment or enquire about our services. You can also send us an email or submit an online contact form. We will then contact you to discuss your needs.

 

To make an appointment, please:

When making the appointment, you may want to consider or discuss the length of the session (usually one hour), the most suitable day and time of the appointment, the fee and whether a referral is needed (for instance, if you are coming to us through a funding agency).