It's time to start living the life you imagined.
Everyone has the potential to thrive when given the right opportunity. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can help you or your family develop the resilience and strength to be more at ease with the world.
Managing modern pressures in your 20’s and 30’s
As we move through life, we often face many life events and transitions. As we reach our thirties, there are expectations and goals to fulfil, from buying a house to career or family issues. These are hard enough to deal with, but if you have anxiety and/ or depression, it can make things especially tough.
Healing for children and young people
It is hard to see your child struggle, whether they are experiencing problems at school, college or university, slamming doors at home or withdrawing from others. As a professional, Elisabeth provides a safe space for your child to express their difficulties, to recognise their feelings and thoughts and to learn new ways to manage them.
ADHD and Autism
Elisabeth has experience in working with children and young people who are on the autistic spectrum or have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and have anxiety or depression. She works with your child to explore their feelings in their own way and at their own pace so they feel empowered.
Please note that Elisabeth is unable to offer crisis support. If you or your child feel at risk of harming yourself or someone else, please speak to your GP, attend your local NHS A&E department or contact the Samaritans
Elisabeth is an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies.
Before having CBT I felt so overwhelmed with anxiety and it was really getting me down. I had shut myself away from others who I loved and this wasn't me… but I'm starting to feel a bit like my old self again and I'm getting back in touch with friends— Young Person
Elisabeth has worked in mental health and psychology for more than twenty years in a range of settings, including the NHS. Over time she has worked extensively with people experiencing difficulties with anxiety and depression
Throughout her career she has worked across the age ranges but more predominantly with children and young people who have experienced major life events and difficulties.
She also has experience in working with people who are on the autistic spectrum or have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and have anxiety or depression. Elisabeth is a Psychology lecturer, keeping abreast of the most up to date research. She is a regular presenter at a number of mental health charities.
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