Practical information

WHERE TO FIND ME?


Practice location

claire faye psychologue

  • 63 rue Yves Nicolazic 56400 Sainte-Anne d’Auray
  • tel. +33 616 186 536

Possibility of home consultation for people with reduced mobility.

Possibility of working by internet (Skype, Messenger, WhatsApp) for existing clients.

Home consultation as part of Zebra-Harmony.

WHEN TO FIND ME?


All appointments are made by phone : +33 616 186 536

Psychotherapy practices are open 3 to 4 days a week. These days are subject to change.

For appointment booking, I answer the phone from Monday to Friday, hours subject to change.

Please leave a message on my voicemail which is available 24/7. You also may contact me on WhatsApp.

 

 

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?


For information purposes, rates as of January 1st, 2020 are as below:

  • Individual psychotherapy, 55-minutes session: 70 Eu, then invoiced by the half-hour
  • Consultation with two adults or two or more children, the 55-minute session: 82 Eu
  • Practice and teaching of relaxation, 55-minute session: 72 Eu
  • Training, group facilitation, relaxation for groups: quotation upon request
  • Clinical or psychometric assessments: 400 Eu (children up to 16 years old), 450 Eu (adults)

 

PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSULTATIONS ARE NOT REIMBURSED BY FRENCH SOCIAL SECURITY, THEY CAN BE PARTIALLY REIMBURSED BY YOUR PRIVATE INSURANCE COMPANY, PLEASE ASK THEM FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

WHO CAN COME?


I welcome children and adults, both French and English speakers.

Children are seen with one or both parents.

And in the shrink parley?

Indications :

  • developmental disorders, personality disorders, psychiatric disorders
  • disease-related pain and stress (asthma, osteoarthritis, cancer, diabetes, dementia, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s disease…)
  • professional stress (conflict, harassment, unemployment…), or academic stress (gifted children, developmental delay, conflict, academic choices…),
  • family stress (conflict, domestic violence, difficulties in family functioning or education)
  • as a result of physical and psychological trauma
  • family carers (of people with disabilities, dementia…)
  • existential crisis, personal development