Our Fees

Clear Mind Therapy charge £75 per 50 minute session for self-funding clients. We offer a £10 discount on first appointments for students. 

We will typically request a £20 deposit for first appointments.  The remainder of the balance for the appointment can be paid on the day.

 

We have a range of fees for organisations.  Please contact us for further details.

 

Clear Mind Therapy can also provide telephone therapy or via skype for those not able to attend sessions in person.  Please contact us to discuss this option ahead of time. 

Payment Options

 

We accept payment by debit or credit card, cash or cheque.  We would kindly ask that payment is made within 7 days of a session.

Booking an appointment

If you’d like to make an appointment with one of us the first step is to give us a call, email or use our contact form to get in touch.  Once you’ve booked, we’ll send you an email confirming the appointment for an initial session and details of how to find us.  We are happy to accept referrals from health or medical professionals, organisations, businesses or voluntary agencies.  Please contact us if you wish to discuss our services before making a booking or a referral to us.

 

Venues

We see clients in different locations in Lothian and currently have rooms available in two locations in Edinburgh:

The Healthy Life Centre

35 -37 Bread Street
​Edinburgh EH3 9AL

https://www.healthylifecentreedinburgh.com/

South Side Centre

86 Causewayside

Edinburgh EH9 1PY   

http://www.southsidecentre.co.uk/

We can also offer appointments in West Lothian, please contact us for further details.

Appointments – what to expect when you come 

 

You can refer yourself directly to us and we will try to see you for your first appointment as soon as possible. Our wide range of therapy and our experienced and highly trained practitioners allow us to tailor our services to meet your individual requirements so you get the support you need.

 

The initial session

All new clients attend a no obligation initial session with the practitioner who is best suited to their needs/wishes. This session provides a chance to talk through particular issues and concerns and to decide the best way forward. During the session, the practitioner will explain how it all works and answer any questions your may have. It is quite usual for clients to feel a bit uncomfortable and anxious about coming to see a psychologist for the first time. All our practitioners are experienced professionals and are used to putting people at ease.  Although the majority of clients will go on to work with the practitioner they meet for their initial session, we believe finding the right person is vital. Therefore on some occasions, we might suggest you meet with a different practitioner if we feel you may be better suited to their approach.

The ‘contract’

Once you are happy to proceed, we will usually ask you to agree a ‘contract’ with your practitioner. This is not a legally binding document, but one designed to set out the terms and expectations of the therapy you are undertaking. The contract usually includes things such as the fee you will pay, the number of sessions you have agreed to start with and issues of confidentiality.  Of course, you may stop coming at any time – you are not bound by the contract. However we would ask that you give us the required notice and also suggest you attend for a final session. This is because sometimes therapy can be difficult and it is good to end it in the most helpful way possible.

 

Our cancellations policy

In common with most professional services, our practitioners are self-employed and therefore need to manage their diaries efficiently. We therefore operate a strict cancellations policy requiring all clients to give us a minimum of two business days’ (48 hours) notice of any cancelled session. The full fee is payable if sufficient notice is not given.