Map & Fees
Senior Accredited Adults & Couples Counsellor
Trauma, Relationship, Anxiety, Depression & Stress Counselling & Psychotherapy for Bexley, SE London & Kent
All information is correct for 2019
GLENNA DEMETER (Snr Accred) counsellor MNCS registration logo
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Here you will find information about where I'm based and how much counselling costs:
Fees in cash for weekly counselling in Bexley
Price per 50 minute counselling session
£40 - trainee counsellors (compulsory hours)
£50 - adult individuals
£65 - couples
I am available to see clients privately for weekly counselling on
1pm - 7pm Tuesdays
1pm - 7pm Wednesdays
1pm - 7pm Thursdays
My latest timeslot is 6pm - 6.50pm
My practice address
Appointments are at Bexley Counselling Practice, The Myrtles, 19 Knoll Road, Bexley Village, DA5 1AY.
I am close to the A2 (for Bexleyheath, Welling, Crayford, Dartford and Eltham) and a 10 minutes walk from Bexley train station (Sidcup line from Dartford to Charing Cross) and bus routes 269 and 132 (Eltham, Sidcup & Bexleyheath) to Bexley Village.
After the initial appointment If you wish to do further sessions, there is also a retainer fee of one session to pay in cash on that day. This pays for an arranged ending session and secures an allocated weekly timeslot. Payments are made in cash, either monthly in advance or weekly at the beginning of each session. Sessions are booked in 4 to 6 week blocks which can be extended.48 hours notice is required for all cancellations with late cancellations being charged for in full.
Text Glenna to make an appointment
My phones are on silent when I'm working. To make an appointment please text me at your convenience, leaving your NAME, the TYPE of COUNSELLING you need and the TIMES that you are available to do sessions. I will get back to you as soon as I'm free. Appointments are booked no more than one week ahead and can only be made for yourself.
For emergency assistance
Counselling is not an emergency or 24 hour service. If you are feeling suicidal or need urgent help please contact your GP, NHS Direct or go to your nearest A&E.