It is generally not advisable to see more than one psychotherapist or counsellor at the same time, as to do so is generally regarded as being counter-productive. Your orginal therapist will have developed a specific program of therapy for you, and even if both therapists are of the same theoretical orientation, they will necessarily be at a different stage of understanding and relationship with you, which will make for a dis-jointed experience your end.
Given this fact, it is unlikely that we will agree to work with you if you are already seeing someone else on a regular basis. However, if you have only consultative appointments with a mental health professional - for example, periodic appointments with psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse to check your mental health or to monitor medication, we can work with you, subject to clear information about your mental health status, medication and clinical input being provided.
Having had counselling or psychotherapy at any time in the past will provide no bar to our working with you.