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Talk Your Heart Out's (TYHO) Fees

You may find our pricing guide below. We offer both introductory (half hour long) and regular sessions (one hour long). To make consistent progress, you may want to schedule sessions routinely.

Introductory Call

Single Session
(half hour)

Individual Therapy

Single Session
(one hour)

Couples or Marriage Therapy

Single Session
(one hour)

Important Terms

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Frequently Asked Questions - Pricing

An introductory call is a half hour online (audio / video) session that serves as an opportunity for you to:

  • speak with your Therapist about your issues;
  • better understand their approach; and
  • decide if they are a good fit for you.

As different Therapists have different styles, it may take you a couple of tries to find out what you prefer and works for you. Hence, it is okay to schedule sessions with a few different Therapists before deciding on who you would like to work with over the long term. 

In the beginning, you can consider going to therapy once a week. Weekly sessions build consistency, which can be helpful for you when you first start therapy.

Attending sessions once a week improves one's emotional safety (Cameron, 2018) and allows one to establish trust and rapport with one's therapist (Hall, 2020).

This enables one to progress steadily and ensures that during sessions, time can be efficiently used to work through one’s issues, rather than spent updating the therapist about what has happened in the last few weeks. Furthermore, weekly check-ins reduce the likelihood of developing undesirable habits or becoming overwhelmed by unwanted thoughts and feelings.

Besides, recent findings show that after going for an average of 8 sessions (Foundation Psychology; Saxon et al., 2016), individuals experience the greatest relief from psychological distress and positive changes in their lives.

It is also worth noting that those who withdraw within or shortly after three sessions are less likely to achieve positive outcomes, as things usually begin to improve after the third session (Crago & Gardner, 2012).

Nonetheless, therapy is a commitment of both your time and money. It may be best to discuss with your Therapist and develop a plan or routine that suits you. 

Helpful Links and Resources

Some useful links and resources:

  1. What is Therapy and Different Types of Therapy – learn more about how therapy works here
  2. Counselling Session – What to Expect and How to Prepare 
  3. Reviews for our Therapists
  4. FAQs for further information