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JOHANNA LAKIN PSYCHOTHERAPY 

 

"Pain in this life is not avoidable, but the pain we create avoiding pain is avoidable."

 

R.D. Laing

Psychotherapy

Individual Therapy (60 mins) -£60
​(All sessions can take place either in-person, online or by telephone)

Clinical Supervision

I offer Person-Centred supervision for psychotherapists or trainee psychotherapists. Please contact me to discuss your supervision requirements.

One-to-one supervision- £50 per hour
(All supervision sessions can take place either in-person, online or by telephone)

Group Supervision - £60 per hour
(Up to 4 people per group)

Johanna Lakin Psychotherapy

Frequently Asked Questions

I have never had therapy before, what can I expect?
The experience of therapy will be different for everyone and can vary considerably from session to session as it will depend upon what you wish to explore. However, if you have any questions that you feel you wish to ask before meeting for the first time please do contact me. 
 
How long will therapy last?
This is difficult to predict and can vary considerably. During the introduction session we can create a verbal contract where the length of time you wish to invest in the therapeutic process can be discussed and we can return to this as the sessions progress.

How often do I need to have therapy?
I will meet with you on a weekly basis. This frequency offers the most effective way for the therapeutic relationship to develop, for the process of therapy to be integrated into your routine and for it to feel beneficial. We can review after 8 weeks to see if it feels necessary to meet less frequently, where fortnightly sessions may be arranged.

Is what I tell you confidential?
Everything you share in our sessions is completely confidential and I will not disclose it to anyone unless I have strong reason to believe that you are engaging in money laundering, acts of terrorism or drug trafficking; at which point I am legally obliged to break confidentiality. 

What if I don't know where to begin and what to address in therapy?
I do know that starting therapy can feel overwhelming and there may be a number of thoughts and feelings you want to share and discuss, this is very natural. Part of the therapy process if you wish, is working together to decide what feels important to discuss right at this moment. As therapy continues, other areas of your life may want to be prioritised as self-knowledge and awareness develops.  
 

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