Psychotherapy and Counselling
When something's got to change
Change isn’t easy but nothing is as painful as being stuck where you don’t belong.
Perhaps you’re in a relationship or a job that just isn’t working.
Maybe you’ve hit a difficult transition in life and can’t see your way forward.
These problems show up as anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship problems, loss of confidence and depression.
In therapy, I will help you explore the issues that you're struggling with and find the root causes of the symptoms you're experiencing. You will rediscover the person you are and map a way forward until you are back on track.
For me, counselling is a vocation not a job and I am passionate about making a difference in people’s lives. I hope I can make a difference in yours.
I am an experienced, qualified counsellor, registered with the BACP. I work with adults and couples and am particularly interested in relationship problems and issues arising out of changes in life. I use an integrative approach which means that I draw on a variety of approaches in my counselling practice. I have my own private practice and work in Surbiton and in Weybridge with The Practice group.
'I cannot recommend Liz highly enough. I feel completely at ease during my sessions and was completely comfortable from the start. I can say that from working on myself with Liz I am starting to see the benefits as are those around me. After only a few weeks of sessions I completely trust her and look forward to speaking with her each week. It's changing my life for the better. '
Claremont Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 4RF
I offer a free initial phone call to talk about what you're looking for and how I might be able to help. If you are happy to move forward, we can book a session at a mutually convenient time. Individual sessions are 50 minutes for which the fee is £60. Sessions for couples are £80.
Sessions are usually in person but I do offer sessions on Zoom when necessary.
“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves."