Psychotherapy in South Manchester
Welcome, I am Liz Jeffries, a UKCP-Registered psychotherapist, National Counselling Society-accredited counsellor and ACTO-accredited online therapist.
I have been in private practice since 2014 in Chorlton, South Manchester and Online, and I offer both short-term and open-ended therapy for individuals. Currently all therapy I offer is Online .
Approach and Experience
The main models of therapy underpinning my work as a psychotherapist are Transactional Analysis and Relational Psychotherapy. Transactional analysis psychotherapy looks at how we become who we are, and how we grow and change during the course of life. Relational Psychotherapy is an approach which believes in the centrality of the therapeutic relationship as the significant agent for change and successful therapy.
Please visit my Therapy Approach Page for a more detailed explanation of the theoretical models which underpin my work as a therapist, as well as more detailed information about my qualifications and experience.
I have experience of helping people with the following:
Anxiety and Stress
Bereavement, Loss and Grief
Depression and low mood, including sadness, unhappiness and problems with motivation
Issues of prescribed drug dependence and withdrawal
Specialist Psychological Support for Migraine (fears, and anxieties and difficulty coping)
Sexuality and Other Identity Issues
Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem Difficulties
Workplace Stress and other difficulties
A sense of 'just not feeling right'
I also have experience of helping people explore and work through more general concerns to do with a sense of discomfort, ' just not feeling right', and a sense of recurring life patterns or themes.
Therapy can be short-term (lasting a few weeks), for several months, or it can last for a number of years when there is a long-term commitment to personal growth and development. How long your therapy lasts can be decided at the beginning of the therapy or can be worked out during the process.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Some people decide to work with a therapist when they are struggling to resolve past issues. Others want to focus on present-centred issues and circumstances. There are no right or wrong reasons to seek therapy. All kinds of difficulty can be worked through.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any queries or questions about beginning therapy, or how psychotherapy may be able to help you.
Contact me by email
How to Contact Me or Book a Session
The quickest way to contact me is by email, but if you prefer to make a phone call or send a text message then please do use those methods.
I am usually available at various points throughout the day and often will respond to your message within 1-2 hours of receiving your message, (9am - 7pm Monday to Thursday). If this is not possible then I will respond to your enquiry on the next working day.
You can make an enquiry by sending me a text message or calling 07891 613580. Please also visit my Getting Started Page for information about the introductory session, fees and cancellations.
If you are not yet ready to book but would like more information you may find it useful to visit my Therapy Approach Page