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It takes time on your part to engage with a sliding scale of pricing options. However it helps to widen inclusivity so you get to feel good about that too!
What’s the assistive rate?
Choose the assistive rate if you can, to support a more inclusive practice. You will receive an added benefit (session follow up notes by email) because you free up more of my time.
How much do I need to earn for each bracket?
I don’t specify income bands because other factors vary:
- Number of dependents
- Regional variations in rent costs
- Access to property or capital
- Global variations in the cost of living
How do you choose who gets the lowest rates?
Here are some of the factors that I use to decide:
- My current availability of low rate sessions
- The degree of marginalisation someone is facing
- How suitable my work seems for someone
- When working with you might impact a community
- How do we both feel about working together
How should I choose which one to opt for then?
- Prioritise your development and reduce other spending
- Notice if you are over gifting and afraid to ask for help
- What is the figure that you can breathe into because it feels fair?
- What makes you feel like you are committing to your growth?
- Look at your finances and see how much you can ring fence per month, ie. think longer term and plan
- Decide how often you want to see me and for how long
- e.g once or twice a month? / over 6 months / over a year?
- I tend to reward long term commitment as this is where I do my best work
- You might book sessions at a higher rate to meet me, then negotiate a lower income rate later
- The rate you choose might change if circumstances change (yours or mine)
- Once again, talk to me, keep talking to me and be transparent about your circumstances
- I promise you I will be about mine too!
How do I apply to get the lowest rates?
In the message box, if you are applying for very low or low income sessions, please say something about your circumstances. We can also talk it through on the phone.