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Some common questions...                                                                                    Here are some answers to some of the more common questions that you may what to ask about OCPP: counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counsellor banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling               Who can refer to OCPP? counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney,                We accept referrals and enquiries from individuals, GPs, health professions, insurance companies, occupational health employers or departments and also undertake medico-legal consultancy work. oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, counselling counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, witney                    How long could therapy last for? banbury counselling, banbury counselling, counselling                        Depending on the initial 'agreement' it could be open-ended or time-limited. It is most likely to be time-limited for CBT sessions. Sessions are usually weekly at a fixed time but this is dependent upon individual need. counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling                           What is this 'agreement'? counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling, counselling witney,                          This will be put into place at the initial introductory session or clinical assessment. If therapy is continued it will be used to highlight progress and take into account any changing need. The form will be reviewed regularly and at agreed times. However, to ensure flexibility, a review can be requested at any time by a client. counselling witnry, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling                                    How do I know when to stop? oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling,             The 'agreement' will help to regulate this. In open-ended therapy it will be up to you and your chosen therapist when you stop. It could be based on practical reasons like moving away. It is important to always keep endings in mind and for regular reviews to take place. counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counsellor                                Is it confidential? oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire                              All sessions are confidential. However there are some circumstances where there will be a need for confidentiality to be broken. These are: oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire                          i) if there is a risk of harm to others oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling                 ii) if there is a risk of harm to yourself oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling,
iii) if there is a risk of harm from others oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire counselling, oxfordshire                                    Any potential breach of confidentiality will in the first instance always be discussed with you. counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling                  What is supervision? counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling             Safe therapeutic practice requires external supervision. This is the supportive discussion of elements of a therapist's work with another professional. Any discussion between therapist and supervisor is subject to the same level of confidentiality as the relationship between client and therapist. counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counsellor witney, counsellor witney, counselling                        What happens if I have to cancel a session? counselling banbury, counselling banbury                        Sessions will be charged for if missed or if less than 48 hours notice has been given. In circumstances beyond the client’s control, this will not apply. counsellor witney, counsellor witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling                         Further FAQS about counselling in general can be attained from the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. FAQs about psychology can be found at the British Psychological Societycounsellor witney, counsellor witney, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling                Return to homepage counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counselling oxfordshire, counsellor oxfordshire, psychology banbury, psychology witney, psychology oxfordshire, psychologist banbury, psychologist witney, psychologist oxfordshire, counselling banbury, counselling witney, counsellor oxfordshire, psychology banbury, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford psychology, psychology oxford, psychologist oxford, oxford psychologist, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, oxford counsellor, counsellor oxford, counselling oxford, oxford counselling, psychologist banbury, banbury psychologist, oxford psychologist, psychologist oxford,