Terms and Conditions
All information will be kept confidential unless, you and your named psychologist agree to discuss something with a third party. Where appropriate a consent form will be used. The only reasons for breaking confidentiality would be:
If your treating psychologists felt your life was at risk;
Another person's life was at risk or
If the psychologist was liable to civil or criminal court proceedings if the information was not disclosed. If at all possible this would be discussed beforehand.
At The Psych Practice we value difference and diversity and do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender and gender identity, sexual preference or orientation, marital/partnership status, religion, race, colour, national origin, disability, heritage or political belief.
Cancellation, and missed session policy
If for any reason you are unable to attend your appointment please let us know as soon as possible. The required notice for cancellation is 72 hours. Where there is less notice of cancellation or if you do not attend your appointment you will be charged the full fee. With adequate advanced notice, where possible, you may be offered an alternative appointment.
We will endeavour to give you as much advance notice as possible in terms of annual leave or cancellation of your appointment for any other reason.
All initial assessments sessions are paid in advance to secure booking, or insurance claim numbers taken upfront. Payments are taken by cash, bank transfer or via insurance at the end of the sessions or an invoice will be sent to you within 7 days retrospectively. These need to be settled within 72 hours of receipt. Fees are charged in relation to the therapy provided. Please enquire when discussing your particular requirements. Please see terms and conditions for further information.
Referrals to Associate Practitioners
All associate therapists are independent and self employed as practitioners who are regulated by their respective member organisations. Any concerns should be raised directly with the associate therapist or with their member organisation.
It is strongly advised that if you are concerned about any aspect of your physical or psychological well being that you consult with your GP for an up to date evaluation of your health needs.
Getting in touch:
To make further enquiries or an initial free discussion please phone
All enquiries are dealt with discreetly in the strictest confidence.