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Therapy in Southport

Southport Therapists

Looking for a therapist in Southport or some Southport-based counselling? Fresh Thinking Therapy is just a few minutes down the road, in Ormskirk. Our therapist, Elisabeth, can help you to deal with a range of issues including depression and anxiety, worry, the effects of trauma and bullying, ADHD and autism, and she’s particularly experienced in working with children and young people.


If you think that you need help or that your child may need someone to talk to, don’t wait – reach out to Liz today.


Depression Therapy in Southport


Depression can be an isolating and wearying experience, but you aren’t alone. At Fresh Thinking Therapy, Elisabeth can help you to find a depression therapy in Southport that works for you, with special emphasis on compassion-focused therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy that can help change how you see yourself and help you to develop a kinder self-image. If you’re struggling with depression in Southport, having a compassionate person to talk to can make all the difference – call Elisabeth today on 0161 8831156, send a message via our Contact Form or email her on liz@freshthinkingtherapy.co.uk.


Anxiety Therapy in Southport


Elisabeth has more than 20 years’ experience in treating anxiety and related problems, like worry, phobias and panic attacks. If you’re struggling, she can help you to build the tools you need to live a freer, happier day-to-day life – so get in touch today!


Therapy for Children and Young People in Southport


One area of particular professional interest for Elisabeth is in working with children and young people. It can be very difficult to see your child struggling, but Fresh Thinking Therapy can help, providing counselling and therapy that lets your child deal with and understand things at their own pace, so they feel listened to and empowered. She can help children to deal with depression, anxiety, grief, separation anxiety and the effects of bullying and isolation, as well as a host of other issues.


Help With ADHD and Autism in Southport


Elisabeth specialises in working with children and young people who have autism or ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), and depression or anxiety. She has a particularly keen professional interest in compassion-focused therapy, which helps your child to practice self-kindness and understanding, and equips them to deal with the world in a healthy way. You can contact her today on 0161 8831156 for a chat about your child and their needs – she’ll be happy to help!


A Little About Elisabeth


Elisabeth is an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, and has been helping people to deal with their mental health for more than 20 years. She’s worked for the NHS and worked with people of all ages and backgrounds, specialising in children and young people. Elisabeth is a psychology lecturer, and a regular presenter for mental health charities.


Contact Fresh Thinking Therapy Today!


Would you like to know more about cognitive behavioural therapy in Southport? You can get in touch with us at any time using the contact form on our Contact Us page, or call Elisabeth directly on 0161 8831156. She’ll always respond as soon as possible – usually within 24 hours – so if you need help, or just someone to talk to, reach out!


You can also send Elisabeth an email at liz@freshthinkingtherapy.co.uk, or even find her on Twitter, @lizfreshtt.


You deserve the help and support to live a happy, healthy life – so send us a message today and begin building that better future!

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