Newly starting therapists face a bigger problem: they don't have big caseloads and often can't book a stretch of hours for a whole afternoon, so they get charged "ad-hoc" rates of £35 or more (i.e. they have to give up £35 or more from their fee, to their clinic).
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Expensive rent and commissions for clinic spaces also therapy rooms in Central London drives up therapists' expenses. This drives the cost of therapy up automatically and it makes less affordable for many which means people who need help can afford it less and less. In other words it is less likely to seek help, and more likely to let things fester.
Therapists don't have to absorb the cost for expensive rent, so the can afford to give discounts to their patients when it is needed.
Patients don't have to pay a premium for prime-location therapy room or clinic
So why such low prices?
1. value for money = help as many people as possible
2. therapy rooms more affordable to therapists
3. could result in making therapy more affordable
4. more people might choose to seek help at the time they need to!
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