What Happens Next?

Sara Bicknell BA(Hons), MA, Dip Psych, UKCP
Counselling & Psychotherapy in the Bath area

What Happens Next?
21st July 2024 
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What Happens Next?

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Tel: 07815 672123
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What Happens Next?

Our first meeting allows you to tell me something about the difficulties you are facing and your current situation; to ask any questions you may have and to get some impression of me. It allows me to explore the posibility of us working together; to assess your needs and to get a sense of whether I am best suited to work with you.
If we decide to go ahead we will discuss how to proceed and the benefits of longer and shorter term work. We will meet weekly, or occasionally twice weekly may be more helpful.

When there is no turning back, then we should concern ourselves only with the best way of going forward."
Paolo Coelho

You will probably benefit the most if you approach therapy with a spirit of openness and curiosity, however most of us are defended to some extent and don't find this very easy. Much of the work in therapy is often about working through these defences. However we work, it is often a matter of letting go of some familiar way of seeing yourself and each other and opening to an unfamiliar, often challenging and surprising new sense of yourself.

Sessions and Fees

Sessions for Individuals last 50 minutes and cost 70
Sessions for Couples last 60 minutes and cost 80
Some concessionary spaces may be available
Fees are reviewed annually in March and any increase will take effect from the beginning of April.


I work in 2 locations in and around Bath. My practice in central Bath, at The Practice Rooms, is within easy reach of the train station and public transport, with access to parking nearby. My practice in Batheaston offers very easy access to the M4 and those coming from outside Bath and further afield, for example from Wiltshire, Swindon and Gloucestershire. It has free parking.

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"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk to blossom"
Anais Nin

Psychotherapy and Couples Counselling Bath