Dr Jane Jones Coaching, counselling, psychotherapy and workshop facilitation
Dr Jane JonesCoaching, counselling, psychotherapy and workshop facilitation

What happens in a one -to-one session?

During the first session l will spend quite a bit of time listening to your story and getting to know you before we explore and agree some goals for our work together. We will then agree a strategy for you to achieve your goals and I will offer a variety of the many techniques in my toolkit to assist with this which may include agreeing some actions for you to do before we next meet. At subsequent sessions we will review your progress and make any necessary adjustments to the plans. As you would expect the content of the sessions remains confidential between us (see Privacy Notice below).

The aim is for you to be able to move on with your life in as few a number of sessions as possible. Generally people may have 4-5 sessions though occasionally a single session is sufficient and sometimes more than 5 may be required. 

Monitoring progress

Before we start working together, and at intervals thereafter, I will ask you to complete some routine paperwork, including some forms that help us both monitor your progress over time and the outcome of our work together, as well as a confidentiality agreement.  Monitoring the outcome of the work we do together and your satisfaction, both with the approach and with me as your practitioner, is helpful to both of us. Anonymised outcome data is collected and stored electronically in a confidential and secure database according to Data Protection legislation.  This data may be used for research and evaluation purposes but neither clients nor myself as practitioner are identifiable in such studies. 

Privacy Notice

Your personal information will be kept in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR; May 25th 2018) on the basis that you have given consent to information about you being held by me as your practitioner, which means that I will:

  • use your contact details only to get in touch with you about matters relating to our work together, such as appointments and to provide helpful information, where appropriate, unless you have given your explicit consent for me to contact you for other purposes
  • retain notes of our work together for a period of 7 years, in accordance with professional requirements and will take steps to ensure the security of the record
  • not share your personal information with other individuals or organisations, except where I have reason to believe you or others to be at risk, or where there is a legal duty to disclose it, or as otherwise specified, if applicable.
  • provide you with free access to the information I hold about you, should you wish.
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