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Do you do consultations for children?
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What's the nearest tube station to Sloane Avenue?
Have I seen Benjamin Fry on TV?
What are Benjamin's qualifications and is he accredited?
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The first consultation is always for two hours and costs £400 and follow up consultations are for one hour at £200.
Clients start with a 2-hour assessment and leave with insight, diagnosis and an action plan. Follow up sessions are for one hour and assess the action taken so far.
Yes, teenagers over the age of 16, or by special arrangement.
It depends very much on the individual however after your first consultation you might want to do a monthly follow up to assess progress and refine your action plan - typical course is 1 to 6 months.
At the time of booking or within 48 hours of booking.
2 full working days' notice is required for us to cancel an appointment without full payment being forfeit.
10 Harley Street, London W1G 9PF .
Sloane Square (District and Circle lines).
Yes, Benjamin has co-presented the BBC's groundbreaking and long running 'Spendaholics' series as BBC3's psychological coach.
Benjamin began his training as a psychotherapist in 1998 at Regent's College, London. He has recently returned there to work towards a professional doctorate in psychotherapy. As an Associate Member of BACP he is bound by its Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy, the Ethical Guidelines for Researching Counselling and Psychotherapy and subject to the Professional Conduct Procedure for the time being in force.
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