How to access psychoanalytic psychotherapy at AGIP
There are a few ways of accessing psychotherapy at AGIP:
Fairbridge Low-Fee Clinic
For students, unemployed and those in receipt of state benefits
The Fairbridge Clinic offers twice weekly psychotherapy for a fee ranging from £8 to £25 per session. You will be asked to commit to two years twice weekly in person psychotherapy sessions and be prepared to see a training psychotherapist.
If you are unsure whether you might qualify for the low fee rate please contact the office for clarification.
The fee for the initial assessment is £35.00
For those on income below £25,000 per annum
If you wish to be considered for the concessionary rate we have some spaces available. The concessionary fees with AGIP range from £26 – £50.00.
The concessionary clinic offers some flexibility, and video sessions are possible. This is considered on a case by case basis.
The fee for the initial assessment is £55.00
An assessment is an opportunity for you to discuss any issues you may wish to bring to psychotherapy and to decide with the assessor whether psychoanalytic psychotherapy is appropriate for you. We endeavour to offer an assessment as soon as we receive a completed questionnaire. The consultation will last about 1.5 hours. Assessments take place at the clinic in London or virtually (on Zoom).
To refer yourself please download and complete an assessment form by clicking on the Assessment Form button below. You can also email us and we will email you the form. If you are suitable for this service an assessment appointment will be offered and payment can then be made using the Payment button below.
If you are not eligible for the low fee/concessionary clinics you are welcome to contact therapists directly. Fees for ongoing Psychotherapy usually range from £50.00 upwards per session. You will find a therapist directory on our website at https://www.agip.org.uk/find-a-therapist/
Please be advised that due to high demand for consultations, there may be a wait of a few months before you are seen or allocated.