Individuals: £65 for regular 50 minute sessions (this may be negotiable in the case of complex or severe and enduring problems requiring longer-term treatment).
£75 for initial 60 minute session.
Couples/Family: £80 for regular 75 minute sessions
£90 for initial 80 minute session.
For clinical supervision, case consultation and medico-legal work – please follow the link to my personal website.
Bramham Therapy clinics:
Direct mobile number for Pete Holloway:
Dramatherapy and Psychotherapy
Philosophy and Style of Working:
Pete’s aim is to integrate his knowledge and experience into a way of working that respects and utilises the beliefs and values of the individuals, couples or families he sees to promote an acknowledgement of past events, realistic optimism for the future and a commitment to making positive changes in the present. Each therapeutic journey is therefore an open, respectful negotiation between Pete and the client(s) involved.
Pete has maintained his professional registration with the Health and Care Professions Council, rather than through other ‘voluntary’ regulators, as he strongly believes that the ethics and conduct of therapists should be regulated by legal statute through acts of parliament. He is therefore legally and ethically bound to the Health and Care Professions Council “Standards of Conduct, Performance & Ethics”.
- Registered with Health & Care Professions Council – reg no: AS01896
- Former Education Assessor for Health and Care Professions Council approved training programmes (2007-2012)
- Former ‘fitness to practice’ panel member for Health and Care Professions Council investigatory/disciplinary panel (2007-2012)
Training and Experience:
Pete Holloway has been working in NHS specialist mental health services for more than 25 years. For the last ten years he has been a Consultant Psychological Practitioner in a specialist community psychotherapy team in Kent, after having worked in a variety of hospital, day treatment and community settings with families, couples and individuals in both adult services and child & adolescent services. Since 1994 he has also been a Senior Lecturer in post-graduate psychology and therapy programmes at Roehampton University.
Pete originally trained as a Dramatherapist (following a career in community theatre projects with dispossessed communities). As a result of his increasing interest in the impact of mental health problems, relationship issues and traumatic experiences on individuals, couples and families he has undertaken further extensive training in Forensic Psychotherapy, Systemic (Family) Psychotherapy, and ‘3rd Generation’ Cognitive Behavioural Therapies.