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Step 1. Depending on the service you are enquiring about, you may need a recent written medical referral from your Consultant or your GP. The need for a recent written medical referral, is a clinical guideline from The Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists. Not all difficulties require a medical referral,  please read the service relevant to you.
Click on the service for either, children , voice or adults to find out more.
Step 2.  Before you can arrange therapy, you need to know how it can help, how long therapy will last, what to expect in therapy. Click on 'How Therapy Works',below to give you an overview of what to expect in therapy.

'How Therapy Works

For information on Fees and Insurance click the button below.
Step 3. Call or email to directly arrange therapy. Clinics are offered on weekdays and saturday mornings.

Please click on to the button below for more information on booking your session. 

  • Children

Fees & Insurance

  • Voice: Children & Adults

  • Adults

 How Therapy Works

Click on the service relevant to you below, to find out more about what to expect in therapy and how its works. Therapy is not something that is done to you or for you, it is a process that helps you know what to do to either to recover, develop or compensate, to help yourself or help others, under the expertise of your therapist. Therapy begins with assessment and follow-up sessions very much depend on the findings of your assessment and the demands of your life. Although the frequency of follow-up ​sessions, may be more at the start of therapy, it is rare that sessions are offered on an ongoing and weekly basis. The ​aim of therapy is for you always to have a plan and be working towards your goal under the guidance of your therapist. Once you have consulted with your therapist and decided on therapy, you will need to complete a pre-assessment questionnaire. This will be emailed to you.
'Working in Harmony' is guidance developed by Speech and Language Therapists about how private therapy and NHS therapy should work alongside each other. This means that if you have access to NHS Speech and Language Therapy, you also have the option to work with a private therapist, although this is not necessarily at the same time as your NHS therapy. However, it is always advisable that you discuss your needs prior to arranging therapy.