Accredited member of Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy Member of the Irish Council for Psychotherapy
Honours degree in Social Science, Post Grad Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Certificate in Couples Counselling, Certificate in Advanced CBT, Certificate in Mindfulness approaches, Certificate in Group Therapy, Certificate in working with the Gestalt Process, Certificate in Sand Therapy, and Certificate in Integrative Bodywork.
Since qualifying as a psychotherapist in 1999, Liz’s experience has been rich and varied. This experience includes the following roles; clinical director in a residential psychotherapy centre, maintaining a private practice, designing and delivering many personal development group programmes. During 3 years living in New Zealand, Liz tutored on the psychotherapy degree training in EIT, where she designed and delivered the creative therapies module as well as facilitating humanistic and self development groups. She also been cited in health articles, national papers, and local radio in Ireland and in a provincial newspaper in New Zealand.
Liz’s core psychotherapy and counselling training covered many modalities including, cognitive behavioural, jungian, integrative humanistic and person centred therapies.
Liz’s training in many models pre and post qualification enables her to suit the work to the client. The client can use ‘talk therapy’ to express and make sense of their issues and/or make use of creative or somatic ways of accessing resources. She often describe therapy as ‘facilitating people to get out of their own way’.
Liz’s style of work is humanistic integrative with an emphasis on gestalt, psychodynamic, process oriented, mindfulness, cognitive behavioural, creative and somatic therapies.