The Surrey Centre fees (effective 1st January 2023)

  • Psychotherapy Assessment £120

    55 minutes

  • Dietetic Assessment £175

    1.5 hours

  • Joint Psychotherapy & Dietetic Assessment £275

    1.5 hours

  • One-to-One Psychotherapy Session £120

    55 minutes

  • One-to-One Dietetic Session £130

    55 minutes

  • Joint Psychotherapy & Dietetic Session £250

    55 minutes

  • Couples Therapy £125

    50 minutes

  • Family Consultation £225

    1.5 hours

  • Telephone Sessions / Family Updates £115

    55 minutes

  • Family Update £115 pro rata

    55 minutes


Please contact us to discuss fees if you would like to arrange an appointment with our Senior Psychotherapist (Caroline Clery) or either of our Directors and Jungian Analysts (Alan Bore and Phil Joslin).


We understand that embarking on counselling is a significant commitment, both in time and finances. We therefore aim to offer low fee places to 10% of our clients. If your circumstances necessitate a lower fee then please let us know when you contact us and we will be happy to discuss this option.

In addition, we also have intern psychotherapists who are at a stage in their training where they are able to provide counselling and psychotherapy. They receive significant supervision and support from the Directors of The Surey Centre.  The fee for seeing an intern psychotherapist is £45 per session.


All fees must be made directly to The Surrey Centre. You may, however, be able to claim some of the costs from your insurance company and we would suggest discussing this with them directly.

The Surrey Centre for Eating Disorders services

Dietetic Services

The Surrey Centre’s Nutrition Philosophy is based on nutrition and a healthy relationship with food thereby promoting a balanced diet as part of a healthy lifestyle.

One to One Therapy

At The Surrey Centre we use an integrated method of therapy, drawing on different therapeutic approaches and adapting them to meet individual clients needs.

Family Therapy

At The Surrey Centre, we are able to work together with partners, parents, siblings and children helping them understand how to help their loved one. When appropriate we invite the whole family to participate in sessions when feelings and experiences can be shared

Family Education And Support Programme

We understand that it is not only the individual with an eating disorder that needs support and that, often, a wider impact is felt by the whole family. We have put together a Family Education Programme offering a range of practical, dietetic help and advice alongside counselling and emotional support.


As a first step we recommend you come for an assessment. You will be guided through the process by one of our therapists. During the assessment you will have a chance to get a feel for how we work, time to tell us your story, to explain to us what you hope to gain from therapy and what your reservations might be.

Referrals to The Surrey Centre

Referrals to The Surrey Centre for Counselling & Psychotherapy can be made via self referral, GP, Consultant Psychiatrist/Psychologist, Psychotherapist/Counsellor or other appropriate professional.

Psychiatric Services

If you are referred to The Surrey Centre by a psychiatrist we will, with your agreement, work closely with them to ensure you receive a complete package of care. For some of our clients meeting the team at The Surrey Centre is the first point of contact. If at any point we feel the support of a Psychiatrist would be beneficial we will recommend this to you.