Both in-person and remote consultations are available.
First Visit - New Patients
The first appointment is a chance to get to know you as much as possible, listen to the difficulties you are going through and ask you questions to put them into context.
You will have the chance to ask me questions too. It usually lasts one hour.
Towards the end of our conversation, I will tell you my impression and discuss with you about treatment options. For example I might suggest you a course of psychological treatment (talking therapy) tailored on your needs with a qualified therapist and/or a trial with a medication after an accurate evaluation of risks and benefits; where appropriate, I might suggest relevant physical investigations. I often offer a follow-up appointment, which usually lasts half an hour to monitor the progresses.
Fees & Visit Times
Consultation times can vary, and its advised to contact Dr Bonoldi to discuss timings.
Dr Bonoldi’s appointment fees are:
- £395 per hour
- £245 per half an hour
- £950 for an Adult ADHD assessment (two hours total)
Please note that Dr Bonolodi operates as fee-assured with insurers.
For further information, please contact Dr Bonoldi
Dr Bonoldi is recognised by the major insurance companies including Aetna, Alliance, Aviva, AXA, AXA International BUPA, BUPA International, Cigna, Cigna International, CISI, GeoBlue, Healix, HTH and WPA.
Read our Terms and Conditions to get all the details about the insurance policy.
How to Book
It is recommended to have a referral letter and your insurer pre-authorisation before booking an appointment. To enquire about booking a consultation you can –
- Contact Dr Bonoldi directly via the online form
- Call either the Sloane Court Clinic reception teamon 020 77305945, or Crossroads Psychology on 0203 393 1987
Cancellations should always be made at least 24 hours before the appointment otherwise a late fee of at least 50% of the appointment will be due – please be aware that most insurance companies will not cover cancellation charges.
Dr Bonoldi operates a pre-payment policy. Therefore non-insured patients must make payment prior to the appointment.