One to One Coaching:
All private coaching consultation fees are payable as follows: My fee is £95 for the initial consultation, which will last approximately 2 hours. During this session I will take a full history from conception to birth and early years and a general family history.
Future sessions will be £60. For the full Circle of Security coaching over a further 6 weeks the fee is £360 and includes all handouts. Payment by installments can be negotiated. Package fees are non-refundable.
For Bespoke coaching there is no set sign up for a number of weeks, this will be planned when goals are set during the first session. There is also a package fee of 6 weeks for Coaching in Positive Parenting Strategies. Package fees are non-refundable.
Payment to be made by bank transfer before the appointment. An invoice will be sent prior to the appointment by email.
There is a 24 hour cancellation policy, otherwise the missed session will be charged for.
Group Sessions and Courses:
All Circle of Security course fees (4 or 8 week course) are payable at the time of booking to secure your place. If you miss a session of the course, you are entitled to receive the handouts for that week, but the session will not be repeated or the any money refunded.
My group fees will be as advertised and may vary according to the venue.
The Circle of Security is subject to copyright law . Cooper, Powell & Hoffman hold the intellectual property rights, therefore do not photocopy or give out any material that you receive from me as a Licensed trainer.
I have full Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance.
I am a member of the Federation of Small Businesses, The Association for Neuro Linguistic Programming and Chartered Institute of Housing.
I hold an enhanced DBS.
Retaining your confidentiality is of the upmost importance and I will not pass on your personal details to any other party. However, if you disclose any matter which I consider to be of a Safeguarding concern to you or any members of your family, I have a professional and regulatory duty of care to report the concern to local safeguarding authorities.