Therapy allows us to explore and understand the challenges we experience and develop a way forward. This journey of self-discovery can lead to a more fulfilling life and meaningful relationships.
My name is William Fley, and I am a fully qualified integrative psychotherapist.
I am a fully-accredited member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), a member of the British Psychological Society and also a fully-qualified Breathworks mindfulness teacher.
My work is primarily on-line, and I work with a variety of issues including bereavement, addiction, crisis intervention, trauma, men's issues, abandonment and belonging.
Digital Therapy- Online counselling and Psychotherapy
Where we engage therapeutically in the comfort of our own homes over the internet.
How do I contact you to book an appointment?
You are welcome to contact me either via phone or email which can both be found on my contacts page
What is an Introductory Session?
Introductory Sessions offer us a chance to meet for the first time, discuss working together and answer any questions you may have about therapy or myself. We can then explore what brings you to therapy, any expectations, hopes or fears you may have, and give us the opportunity to get a sense of one another. Introductory Sessions can be a bit different to therapy sessions; they are more an introduction to each other and a space for client and counsellor to gather information that might be relevant from each other.
How long are counselling sessions and how often do they take place?
Counselling sessions usually last 50 minutes, on a weekly basis. This is the most common length and frequency of counselling, however, there is always room to discuss this at our initial session or at during your therapy. Some clients have requested to extend there sessions to 90 mins in the past and that has been perfectly ok, other clients prefer to see once every 2 weeks. I try to be as responsive to your needs as possible,
How long does counselling take place for?
I offer open-ended therapy so there is no set limit to the number of sessions, some people will have for financial or timekeeping reasons, a set amount of availability for counselling. Others may simply reach a point where they feel they do not need therapy anymore and a natural end has been reached. Equally, it may be that a person stays in counselling for a considerable amount of time, as they feel they require this.
So the amount of sessions is different for each person, depending on each person’s individual needs, desires and choice. Therefore I will review your therapeutic development regularly to give us a sense of how long our counselling journey will last.
What is your availability?
My availability is flexible and largely dependent on my client caseload. I try to be as flexible as possible for my clients' needs.
Online therapy allows you to receive therapeutic support from the comfort of your own home. This service is ideal for anyone who is not able to have therapy in person frequently, or who has a hectic lifestyle and needs a flexible approach to therapy.
Online therapy involves the same process as the more traditional form of therapy. The sessions will be held at an agreed time once per week at a convenient time for you. Also, the therapeutic approach will remain the same as well as the ethical and professional boundaries I must uphold as your therapist.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate
MBACP (full accredited membership of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy)
UKRCP (United Kingdom Register of Certified Practitioners)
APA (American Psychological Association – International affiliate)
BPS (British Psychological Society) Graduate member
I have worked both within the NHS and privately.
Lymington (New Forest) and Midhurst (West Sussex)
Employment Assistance programmes, stress & anxiety management