Find a Therapist
All psychotherapists and counsellors listed on this site are known to have completed their studies with reputable schools/institutions prior to being accepted as Members of NRPC. They are subject to strict conditions of membership and in accordance with industry standards, they are committed to ongoing continuous professional development and must hold professional indemnity insurance where possible (in some countries other than UK, such insurance is not available).
You can use the form at bottom of this page on the site to search for a practitioner in your area.
For your own benefit, your most successful outcome is enhanced when you relate well with your therapist. As some therapists have more qualifications or experience than others, it is in your best interest to make a quick call to ensure that you feel comfortable working with a particular person.
All therapists run their own business and set their own fee levels, based on their level of qualification, geographical area and work environment. It is therefore impossible to state fees here but most of the time they will vary between around £50.00 and £90.00 per session (UK prices). Many therapists are able to offer concessionary rates and so the best thing is always to make that telephone call!
You will see that each member has a set of letters after their name and they will include one of these three:
- ANRPC: These are affiliate members. Their training will have been extremely comprehensive though they may as yet not have as much experience as the other designations. They can work effectively with the vast majority of issues and will advise if they feel you need a higher level of expertise.
- MNRPC: This designation shows a Registered Member. Their training will have been similar to that of Affiliates, though they will have more practice experience.
- MNRPC (acc.): Accredited Members will have received more specialist training than the other grades and may also have more experience.
It is worth a reminder that the single most important part of any therapy is how the relationship between therapist and client 'works'. You are likely to find a more successful outcome with an 'ANRPC' member whom you like and feel at ease with, than with a 'MNRPC' therapist with whom you feel awkward in some way.
If you have any doubts, please do contact us via our contact page and we will do our best to help you.