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Where are we based?

We primarily practice in Tayside and Fife but people also travel from Aberdeen and Inverness to receive our help.

How much does psychological treatment cost?

The cost of psychological treatment depends on the qualifications and experience of the therapist. Much of the skill of a therapist lies in knowing what to do in complex cases or what to do if treatment does not go according to plan. Clinical Psychologists have trained for many years, have experience in a range of treatment formats and are experts in their field.

The term Clinical Psychologist is a protected tile and indicates postgraduate training and qualifications in psychological problems / mental health difficulties. Regular continuing professional development and also professional supervision are a requirement of registration with the British Psychological Society and with the Health Care Professions Council.

If you have Health Insurance, then you would need to check with the company that your policy covers psychological treatment and obtain an agreement from your Health Insurance company to proceed.

  • The cost at Tayside Complete Health (7 Commercial Street, Dundee, DD1 3DA) would be in the range of £100 to £120 per session. Phone (01382) 549088 for further details.
  • Home visits are possible in certain situations. Please contact us for details.
  • There would be no extra costs unless a specific report is required. e.g. for an employer.

Whilst it may seem relatively expensive, the consultation or appointment includes face to face time plus additional (and hidden) time in preparing for the appointment as well as time and work spent after the appointment. This may include letters to your GP or college or employer as well as amending or creating information papers to suit your individual requirements.

How long would an assessment or a treatment session last?

A session would be approximately 50 minutes.

How many sessions would I need?

This is a difficult question to answer. Some people need a single session whilst others may need significantly more.

How often would I need to attend for treatment?

Some people prefer to have weekly appointments. Some people can only attend when they are in the country. A schedule can be worked out to suit you.

How do I make an appointment?

Appointments can be remote (virtual or online) or face to face.

You can make an appointment at 58 Bonnygate, Cupar, KY15 4LD, through the Contact Form on our website, by emailing or by phoning 07722 244972.

Alternatively you can contact Tayside Complete Health (7 Commercial Street, Dundee, DD1 3DA) by phoning (01382) 549088 or email via the website for further details.

Some home visits are possible in certain limited circumstances.

Do I need a referral from my doctor or can I refer myself?

A referral from your GP or Hospital Consultant is preferable. However, a self-referral is also possible but your GP would need to be kept informed.

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