How To Find Low-Cost therapy and counselling near me: HQ Therapy provides an affordable Low-Cost Therapy service in London, Hackney E8, we offer clients counselling, psychotherapy and coaching (either face-to-face, or online) at a discounted rate for those who are struggling financially.
Our discounted therapy rates start from £15 per session and are carried out by experienced trainees who are currently undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma at the University of East London, Metanoia, the Institute for Therapy in Education, or a similar qualification elsewhere.
Therapists & Counsellors: Each Low-Cost Therapy practitioner brings with them a wealth of experience from different fields including working with bereavement, children, young people, special needs, corporate coaching as well as a wealth of previous career experience.
Low-Cost Therapy sessions are conducted in the same way as full-paying sessions, dealing with any physical and emotional issues, behavioural disorders and human sexuality issues a client may be experiencing. All trainees are supervised by the University that the trainee attends. Trainee therapists also attend regular individual clinical supervision.
How experienced are the trainee therapists and counsellors?: Trainees in the low-cost therapy service are in their last months of training as a qualified and registered Counsellor and Coach with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) or United Kingdom Counselling and Psychotherapy (UKCP).
Client Finances: If you do not have any financial issues, we would still be happy to find a more experienced therapist for you within our main therapy practice. This can be either reduced-rate therapy or full-rate therapy, with more experienced practitioners, depending on the therapist you choose and what you can afford, so please let us know.
Client Confidentiality: All of our affordable low-cost therapy sessions are strictly confidential. Our counsellors practice in accordance with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), or the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
Confidentiality will only be breached under extreme circumstances, for example, if there is a risk of serious harm to the client or others or when the law requires the therapist to do so.