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FAQs


Client FAQs

Self Space is a contemporary mental health service, offering therapy to individuals, couples and also companies. In a world which is sometimes challenging, frightening, overwhelming, complex and seriously hard to navigate it’s not surprising that sometimes we don’t feel ok. Everyday mental maintenance is an essential part of surviving. Self Space sets out to provide that.
We are happy to be re-opening our doors for face-to-face work from September 1st 2020.
To reassure you, we have been risk assessing all of our spaces over the past few weeks. We are confident that with constant deep cleans, access to hand washing and gel that we have taken all reasonable steps to ensure your safety. Please consider your own safety and that of your family before deciding to return to face-to-face therapy. We are offering virtual sessions for those who are not ready to make the step. Also if you would like your therapist to wear a mask please let them know prior to your session and you are of course welcome to wear one yourself. We are following government guidelines.

Practitoner FAQs

You will not need to find and pay for your own premises from which to see clients.   The Self Space will be marketing and promoting the service as widely as possible and as a therapist you will of course benefit from this as the business grows. We believe very much in a collaborative and team approach to the way that the service is developed and delivered.   The sharing of general practice issues, links to other opportunities and the benefit of working with like minded people should enhance your experience of being part of the team at Self Space. It will provide flexibility in how you work – you can diary your availability to suit.

Self Space also provides an opportunity to be flexible in the therapeutic approach.  We are a contemporary company, drawing upon our Director’s experience of providing credible mental well being and enrichment services in education.  

You will be part of our aspirations to evolve in such a way that the term mental illness becomes a household term without stigma and shame.  We can only achieve that with excellent, committed and professional therapists who are fully signed up to our ethos.