I am a fully qualified Counsellor, registered with BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy).
I began my professional life working in a psychiatric unit for four years and from there, I decided that I wanted to provide a more holistic form of care and talking therapy is something that I believe provides this.
From 2012 to early 2021, I split my time between working as a counsellor in a private practice in Bristol, and as Head Counsellor at the Sporting Chance Clinic. Sporting Chance Clinic is the only residential treatment centre in the world dedicated to working with elite and professional sportsmen and sportswomen suffering with addiction.
After nine years, I decided to commit my time running my own private practice, Andrew Jordan Psychotherapy, working on a wide range of issues. If you’d like to find out more about how I could help you, you can view my training, qualifications and experience at the link below.
How long does therapy last?
It depends on how far you want to go in the quest of understanding yourself. Usually the longer an issue has been around, the longer it takes to get to the heart of the matter.
How frequent is a therapy session?
Generally, therapy begins on a weekly basis but this is something that can be reviewed after a period of time working together.
How long is a therapy session?
I see clients in my private practice for 50 minutes a session.
What can I expect from my first session?
Our first session will last 50 minutes and you’ll be able to share what you’d like help with, and I can explain to you about the client therapist agreement.