Counselling from Christina Juliff Accredited MBACP Counsellor Psychotherapist Relationship Counselling Psychodynamic Supervision Counsellor in Burton Joyce Nottingham - every journey begins with a single step


It is important for you to find the right therapist. Before deciding whether or not you would like to proceed with a series of counselling sessions, I offer a no-obligation initial one hour consultation at a fee of £25. You can then decide in your own time whether you feel I am the right person to work with you.

Should you wish to continue, further sessions are for 50 minutes at a cost of £47 for individuals and £50 for couples.

I have a limited number of concessionary fee places for Clients who would genuinely struggle to pay the full fee. We could discuss this at our first meeting if this situation applies to you.

Payment is by cash or cheque. Many people like to pay at the end of the month when they are committing to regular weekly sessions. However, it is possible to “pay as you go” I can provide you with a receipt should you require one.

I offer appointments Monday to Friday – the first appointment is 7.30am and the last 7.45pm Sessions are usually the same time and day each week to give as much continuity and support as possible. Obviously there are circumstances when this is not practical, perhaps due to shift working, and so we would need to be flexible with our appointments.

If you are unable to attend a session, please let me know the week before. If it is possible to re-schedule the session for a time that is convenient for both of us, I will endeavour to do so. If not, the fee for the missed session is payable. This is because it is your “slot” and will not be re-allocated to anyone else.

Ultimately you are free to stop therapy whenever you like. However, when you do have thoughts about ending therapy, it is helpful for us to talk about them as and when they arise. This will enable us to agree and plan an ending together. A good ending to any relationship is important and that is what we should aim to have at the close of our therapeutic relationship.