How to contact us for information or an appointment
Please have a look through the website and see if you think we might be able to help you.
Please note: WE DO NOT DO “QUICK FIX” work. We only engage in clinically appropriate therapy provision based around NICE / Research evidence based protocols. If you request a therapy methods that is not clinically appropriate and this is identified at the assessment, we will suggest a suitable alternative and give you a “cooling off” period to consider your options.
When you contact us
All enquiries are welcome to have a brief, free and confidential email chat about your needs.
We do not discuss therapy in advance on the phone for three reasons:
Firstly: It is not our job to talk anyone into having therapy, and in fact we only want to take on clients who are certain they want therapy. (Would you expect a dentist to talk you into having an appointment for a bad tooth?)
Secondly: As a professional therapist Stuart expects to be paid for his time.
Thirdly: Any comment made before the completion of assessment forms and an assessment interview would be speculative and therefore professionally suspect.
We have had several recent enquiries not satisfied with this. Please understand, we have every right to not take a business contract. So if you do not respect our conditions, we will decline to engage further, and we will block you from email etc if needs be. We absolutely sympathize that you may be in a bad place, and we absolutely wish you well, but if you are that urgently unwell, you should contact NHS primary services first. There are also plenty of other providers out there for you to choose from.
All enquiries are sent a free, no obligation set of information files. These give up to date locations, costs, practice details etc. and answer most of the questions you might have.
If you decide that the service is for you, then email us by return, ask any other questions by email, and book in via ourselves. Please note that the assessment process enables Stuart, a Specialist, to determine the appropriate options for your condition(s). These will be based around research evidenced and NICE recommended core therapy methods. Please do not ask for specific therapies in advance, without the assessment process it is not possible to know if they will be appropriate.
If you choose to book, before doing so check our cancellation policy , terms and conditions , and what to expect from therapy since by booking you are agreeing to these and confirming that you have read, understand and accept them.
We normally have clinics in:
- Edinburgh (City Centre)
- Online using Secure Google Meet
During Covid-19 Lock downs periods our sessions are online only
Our Office is:
Scotlandtherapy, Tiree Room, 6th Floor, Scott House, 10 South St Andre’s Street, Edinburgh
(we are having some temporary issues with emails being rejected from our branded company email address, therefore we have created a link to our catch all gmail account, this is not a mistake)
2 Assessment forms if you decide to book in:
Please note that if, after reading through our information files you want to book in, we have an easy to fill out online form to complete before your first assessment session. (Form 1): HERE
You also must complete a COVID-19 Consent form (Form 2): HERE
Should you wish to continue, you will be expected to commence therapy within a fortnight of the assessment meeting, so that the assessment data remains current.
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