I practise from the Pregnancy and Parents Centre (PPC) on Thursdays between 9:30am and 5:00pm.
Your treatment will last for an hour and at the PPC I charge on a sliding scale according to your financial circumstances. You can work out how much you would pay using the calculator below. I prefer payment in cash but can take cards.
The Pregnancy and Parents Centre
10 Lower Gilmore Place
Before you arrive
If convenient, fill in this Information Sheet (pdf) and bring it with you to your first appointment, otherwise you can fill one on the day.
When you arrive at the PPC, come upstairs, turn right and take a seat in the hall by the Library. I will come and meet you there.
How much does it cost
Because the Pregnancy and Parents Centre (PPC) is a charity for parents-to-be and families and I want to make Craniosacral Therapy more available for babies and their parents, my fees there are based on a person’s ability to pay. I ask that you pay what you can afford and present below a calculator to use as a guide. It is based1 on the income for your household. The calculator uses NET (after tax) income throughout. To calculate your total household income, add together the income from all householders, from all sources, including state benefits and from savings (AFTER they have all been taxed).
1This calculator uses the Scottish Government 2014/15 figures for median annual earnings in Scotland and the Government’s definition for relative poverty which also depends on the number of people in the household.