Please call our office on:
01732 792022
or: 01732 494338

Referral Procedure

Clinical Referrals and Appointment Availability

Referrals are accepted direct from clients, GPs, Consultant Psychiatrists, other mental health practitioners, organisations, and Solicitors. Clinic appointments are available Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm. However, early morning and after hours appointments can be arranged upon request. Under exceptional circumstances home visits can also be arranged. Please inform our Office Manager of your personal requirements.

Clinical Supervision

​Supervision is available on an individual or group basis for both Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR). Our senior Clinical Psychologists are also able to provide supervision for the purpose of professional accreditation.


Bespoke training can be arranged for a single training event or on an ongoing basis. Areas of expertise include: stress/anxiety management, psychological aspects of Occupational Health, risk assessment and management, offender treatment, intellectual disability (including Autism Spectrum Disorder), managing severe and challenging behaviour, and enhancing mental health and wellbeing.


Current fees are available upon request and are based upon the qualification and experience of the individual clinician. All clinicians are registered with major health insurance providers such as BUPA, AXA PPP, Aviva, Standard Life and Pru Health.

Billing Procedure

Invoices are rendered at the end of each month for all services, payable within 7 days. Our preference is to receive payment by BACS/Bank transfer, although cheques are also accepted (made payable to Sinclair-Strong Consultants Ltd). Late payment will be subject to interest in accordance with UK Late Payment Legislation. For all enquiries please contact our accounts department —

Cancellation Policy

We would appreciate at least 24 hours notice prior to cancellation of appointments, otherwise a cancellation fee will apply. Cancellation of appointments should be avoided if at all possible, as regular attendance is extremely important to elicit therapeutic change.