Jeanine Connor aims to maintain the safety, containment and professionalism of all services offered, including psychotherapy, supervision, consultancy and training. 

All parties who enter into a working relationship agree to adhere to the terms and conditions of the contract and privacy policy, which you will be asked to sign.

 ContractOnce an agreement is made to work together, we enter into a contract. We agree to keep each other safe during treatment, to not harm each other or the space and to maintain therapeutic boundaries, including confidentiality. I will send you a copy of the contract prior to working together and we can discuss anything you are unsure about when we meet. 


Privacy Policy: Jeanine Connor TAS Sea Psychotherapy is committed to safeguarding your privacy. I will send you a copy of the privacy policy prior to working together and we can discuss anything you are unsure about when we meet. The privacy policy sets out data collection and data processing practices, and should be read alongside the digital policy. 


Digital Policy: Sea Psychotherapy's digital policy sets out the ways your personal information is stored digitally. It also sets out  policies in relation to digital communication including social media. This digital policy applies to all services offered. I will send you a copy of the digital policy prior to working together and we can discuss anything you are unsure about when we meet. 


Commitment to clients: Clients need to be able to participate freely as they work towards their desired goals. They need to trust their therapist with their wellbeing and sensitive personal information. As a member and registrant of BACP, I take being trustworthy as a serious ethical commitment. I agree to:

1. Put clients first 

2. Work to professional standards 

3. Show respect 

4. Build an appropriate relationship with clients  

5. Maintain integrity 

6. Demonstrate accountability and candour 

...according to the Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions, published by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (2018)


Fees: The fee is agreed prior to contracting. Invoices are issued at the beginning of the month for sessions in advance. They should be settled within seven days by electronic bank transfer. Please note that all missed or cancelled appointments are charged in full. I will always give at least three month's notice of any intended fee increase. I believe that fees should not be a barrier to treatment, so if you anticipate financial difficulties, please contact me to discuss reduced or delayed fees. Late payment will incur a fee to cover additional administration. Non-payment over 28 days will result in termination of the contract and/or legal proceedings. 


Professional Standards: Jeanine Connor is a qualified and experienced  psychodynamic psychotherapist and registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She has additional professional qualifications in counselling supervision and teaching, and adheres to the BACP professional code of conduct and ethics. Legal and ethical obligations including clinical supervision, Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks, professional indemnity insurance and Continued Professional Development (CPD) are upheld and maintained. 


Complaints: If you are unhappy about any of the services provided, please discuss with Jeanine Connor or contact her using the contact form sea-psychotherapy-contact-form.php For further details on how to complain about a BACP member visit: 


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