As a GP, or other professional, you can make a direct referral in the usual way. A referral needs to include details of your reasons for referral, any pertinent history of which I should be aware, and a postal address and telephone number for the patient. I will contact the person you are referring by telephone for an initial discussion, and to arrange an assessment appointment. Your referral should be sent to:
The first point of access to see me for psychotherapy and treatment is through a referral.
You can refer yourself (self-referral).
Alternatively you can be referred by your GP, or another professional who knows you.
You can make direct contact with me if you want to self-refer. Referral email is opened only by me. As a minimum you should include your full name, a postal address and telephone number. Some further brief details of your reasons for referral, and any other information you may think I will find useful, will be helpful. I will usually arrange a telephone conversation with you in person, on the telephone number you give me, for an initial discussion. Your referral should be sent to: