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Locations

The following locations are available for clients:

33a Canal Street, Jericho, Oxford, OX2 6BQ (see map; there is some free parking nearby and metered parking in Great Clarendon Street; bus 17 stops in Canal Street and the premises is about 12 minutes walk from Oxford Train Station).

30 Beaumont Street, Oxford OX1 1HH (this premises on the same street as the Ashmolean Museum and the Randolph Hotel; it is about 5 minutes walk from Oxford Train Station and there are several car parks and bus routes nearby).

Both the above premises are extremely accessible to clients in central Oxford as well as those living or working in Jericho, Summertown and Botley and also fairly accessible to clients travelling into Oxford from Headington  and other suburbs in Oxford such as Kennington, Cowley and Iffley. I see clients in Jericho on Mondays (8am to 8pm) and Wednesday mornings and in Beaumont Street on Tuesdays (8am to 7pm) and Fridays (8am to 3pm). Times indicate first and last available sessions.

Oxford Natural Health Centre, 3 Church Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 3JR. This location is in East Oxford and has availability for wheelchair access. I am able to offer sessions here from time to time. Parking is available locally with some parking immediately outside the centre.

Oxford Community Health Hub, West Oxford Community Centre, Botley Road, OX2 0BT. There is also wheelchair access and ample parking next to the centre. The nearest bus stop for busses leaving town along the Botley Road towards Eynsham and beyond is immediately opposite the Centre which is also a five minute walk from Oxford Train Station.

The two centres described above are good for clients who live respectively in the Cowley, Iffley, Kennington areas and Botley, Cumnor, Wooton and Eynsham areas and are unable to travel to my more regular premises in town.

Home Visits

I am pleased to arrange home visits when the client has difficulty for whatever reason in leaving the home. However, such visits may be charged at a higher rate to compensate the therapist for time lost while travelling to and from the client’s home.

It is best practice, when possible, for the client to come to the therapist. This is not for the therapist’s convenience, rather due to the fact that the very act of taking the trouble to set up an appointment and travel to the counsellor or psychotherapist is a moment of commitment to your own recovery or personal development and can be a transformative move in itself. However this is not always possible, which is why it is explicitly mentioned on this website that home calls are something I am open to negotiating when applicable.