We are committed to offering low-cost psychotherapy and as such, a range of lower fees is therefore available for those on lower incomes.
Some trained members of the Cambridge Society for Psychotherapy offer low-cost slots but low-cost therapy is predominantly undertaken by trainee psychotherapists in the later stages of their training. Trainee work is closely supervised, and adheres to the UKCP Code of Ethics and standards of professional practice.
Financial aid can be sought from the Cambridge Psychotherapy Assistance Trust (CPAT), a Cambridge-based, grant-awarding charity established in 1989 to help local people in need access psychotherapeutic support.
See our Frequently Asked Questions section.