Getting you back to good…
At some point, we all suffer from concerns or troubles that may inhibit our happiness. Therapy involves understanding the reason or reasons you may be unhappy or struggling with things. You deserve to live the life you want, to feel good.
At The Therapy Room, we want to help you to get back to good. A Northamptonshire-based practice, we offer psychotherapeutic counselling services for men and women of all ages.
Our therapeutic approach is based on the understanding that people are complex and lead complicated lives. Called Integrative Psychotherapy, this approach embraces a combination of methods for a complete view of your development. It’s about considering your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual self, as well as the social and cultural impact of your world and lifestyle.
Training, qualifications & experience
MBACP MNCS Acc
What People Say
"...We had virtually given up trying to repair our marriage then we found Jay. The Therapy Room was our third attempt in the Northampton area to find a therapist that could handle the complex issues in our relationship. He managed to help us understand each other better than we had in the whole 18 years we had been married..! It wasn’t always easy and often Jay challenged us, and with care, helped us challenge each other, and ourselves. There are lots of therapists in Northampton, but in our experience Jay is the only one we would recommend..."
"...Counselling can feel like a scary experience, but Jay allowed me to explore my own issues at my own pace in a safe and relaxed environment. His skill and insight really helped me understand myself better and move forward. Thanks Jay!.."
"...Jay was very professional whilst being relaxed and warm. I felt totally at ease with him. He enabled me to re-assess my thought processes on current problems and re-ignited practices from my past both on a personal and professional level..."
"...At the time I came across Jay I was suffering from anxiety, depression and a busy mind; it was a real low point in my life. I was reluctant to visit a therapist not being overly comfortable talking about myself or in asking for help and due to the stigma attached. I was also unsure about discussing my problems with another man, thinking that it would be easier talking to a woman. I couldn't have been more wrong, Jay provided a non judgmental, safe environment in which to chat, it was like talking to a mate. I was not made to feel my problems were trivial, Jay seemed geniuinely interested, allowed me to offload and through some insightful questioning led me to greater self awareness and peace of mind. In a relatively short period of time he set me up with all the tools I need to deal with these issues going forward..."
"...Before visiting Jay I found that my life was unorganized, and I had no regard for my own feelings and needs, I just enabled everyone else. Jay made me revisit my past to see the reasons for this, which I could then address, and make a plan that was just for me, that would make me happy, and provide me with self enrichment..."
Registered / Accredited
Being registered/accredited with a professional body means an individual must have achieved a substantial level of training and experience approved by their member organisation.
National Counselling Society
The National Counselling Society
This Not For Profit association of counsellors and psychotherapists aim to support the counselling profession, members and training organisations.
In 2013 the NCS register was accredited by the Professional Standards Authority under the Accredited Voluntary Register Scheme. Accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.
Accredited register membership
Accredited Register Scheme
The Accredited Register Scheme was set up in 2013 by the Department of Health (DoH) as a way to recognise organisations that hold voluntary registers which meet certain standards. These standards are set by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).
This therapist has indicated that they belong to an Accredited Register.
Areas of counselling I deal with
Session Fees The Therapy Room charges every client the same amount for face-to-face sessions.
An Individual initial consultation of 60 mins is £55.00.
A Couples initial consultation of 60 mins is £70.00.
For a session in person of 60 minutes, we request you pay £55.00 by Online, Paypal, or Cash at the end of each meeting.
How often? We usually suggest a one-hour session once a week to begin with. It’s best you find a day and time that is easy to attend, that fits into your life. How often you come to see your therapist may change later. Most importantly, you choose when and how often your sessions take place.
Telephone or Skype counselling is also available for £55.00 per hour in advance by Paypal.
Monday - Friday 8:00am-8:00pm.
Your first one-hour meeting with a therapist is about understanding you, your issues and how it effects your life Following this, you can choose whether to continue your sessions. It’s designed to give you freedom of choice and to ensure you are comfortable talking with your therapist. Also, you’ll be advised of a recommended pattern of meetings, or if another therapist would be best for you.