Low Cost Therapy

For many years now G.A.P. has provided a Low Cost Therapy Scheme to provide those on low incomes with access to psychotherapy and analysis.

The psychotherapy/analysis is usually conducted by a person in the advanced stage of their training with G.A.P., under close supervision of a senior analyst.

Priority will be given to applicants who are prepared to commit to a minimum of two sessions a week for at least a year, but this should not deter anyone from applying.

People usually seek therapy when they feel in need of support, are suffering emotionally, want to resolve specific issues or to gain personal insight. The therapist will provide a safe place in which to explore the psyche and gain a greater sense of self-awareness which, in turn, can lead to change and personal development.

Application Procedure
If you would like to be considered for psychotherapy/analysis through the Low Cost Therapy Scheme please contact the Low Cost Therapy Scheme Coordinator or complete the enquiries box.

The Co-ordinator will then arrange to have an informal initial session to determine if the scheme is right for you. There is a one off fee for the initial session of £40.

If you wish to continue with the scheme you will be put in contact with a therapist. The fee will then be discussed between you and the therapist.

Applicants should be aware that the application process can take several weeks and that suitable places may not always be available due to demand. No person will be excluded on the basis of ability to pay, although G.A.P. has absolute discretion as to whom it accepts on to the scheme.