Terms and Conditions
The Hallway Psychotherapy cannot offer an emergency service, although urgent appointments may be available. If you are concerned about your safety, or the safety of others, you should alert relevant professionals: call a General Practitioner (GP), 999, or attend your nearest Accident and Emergency Department.
If you feel you require emotional support, you may find it helpful to contact local or national services such as
The Samaritans (Telephone: 116 123).
The Hallway Psychotherapy maintains confidentiality in accordance with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy’s Ethical Framework.
At times, your case may be discussed with a supervisor, the purpose of which is to ensure that your psychotherapist is abiding by the principles of ethical practice and continuing professional development. Supervisors are also expected to work within an ethical framework, and this includes confidentiality.
Information about you may be passed on to other relevant professionals (e.g. GP, Social Work and/or the Police) in cases where safety is concerned:
1. If you intend to harm yourself or another person
2. if a child or vulnerable adult is at risk of harm or neglect
3. if a Court instructs the provision of this information.
In the above cases, your psychotherapist will endeavour to discuss with you their decision for breaking confidentiality, but it may be the case that the urgency of the situation requires them to act immediately without prior consultation with you.
Session rates are as detailed on the homepage. Your session rate will not be subject to an increase during the therapeutic work. The rate may change however if you decide to change the format (i.e. online to in-person) or location of the sessions, or return to sessions at a later date when rates have increased. Payment is due on the day of the appointment and can be made by bank transfer, the details of which will be shared with you.
Cancellations and Missed Sessions
The full rate for the session applies if a cancellation is received within 48 hours of the scheduled appointment or the session is missed.
Updated: 12 April 2021