Free counselling assessment in London W1
“Are you in crisis and want to talk to a counsellor to see if counselling will help you ?”
“Are you having relationship difficulties and wondering if marriage counselling will help ?”
“Are you depressed or stressed and wonder if a counselling session will help ?”
Then come to The Grove Practice for a free 30-minute face-to-face counselling assessment in London W1, or if you prefer the initial conversation can take place by telephone.
During this 30-minute conversation, Ben McKie, The Grove’s Clinical Director, (or Sarah Briggs, Managing Director) will talk through what is troubling you and advise on the best next steps, including which counsellor at The Grove could help you going forward.
Just call Ben or Sarah on 020 7637 7763 or email them at email@example.com to arrange the time for your free assessment session or fill in the form to the right mentioning in the message ‘free session offer’. These free 30-minute appointments are first come, first served – so contact us now to book in.
Terms and conditions for this offer
This offer is open to any enquirer who has not yet attended any session(s) at The Grove Practice. The free assessment is a 30-minute conversation with a director of The Grove Practice (Ben McKie or Sarah Briggs), intended to guide the enquirer towards the most appropriate therapist in The Grove’s team, for further counselling to tackle the presenting difficulties. The free assessment is an intake conversation and is not intended to provide therapy treatment or solutions. Therapy fees will be payable for any subsequent session(s) after the free 30-minute assessment, at the rate agreed when booking any further appointment(s). The decision of a director of The Grove Practice will be final in deciding if this offer is applicable to any enquirer. This offer is subject to availability and at the discretion of the directors of The Grove Practice. Scheduling of the free 30-minute assessment appointments is subject to availability and may be limited. Offer ends 31 December 2013 and the free assessment conversation must take place on or before this date.