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Liz Grant

Having an interest in the human condition, I decided to diversify from my work as an education professional to training as a person-centred therapist. Along the way I have worked in administration and HR, started a family and cared for elderly relatives.


My experiences have led me to meeting you! I am interested in the uniqueness of you and what brings you to the therapeutic space. 

I qualified with a post-graduate diploma in person-centred counselling in 2008.  I am a registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy).


You’ll know when the time is right for counselling, when enough is enough and you need to do something different.


Every choice is a chance.

Ethical practice 

My practice adheres to the BACP's Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling & Psychotherapy and I undertake monthly supervision sessions to help ensure the efficacy of my work.  As part of their Professional Conduct Procedures, the BACP has a complaints procedure which any client can access should they feel it necessary. Details are on their website

My BACP registered number is 00607630


Post Graduate Diploma (2008) Person Centred Counselling, Persona/Stirling University. 

COSCA Counselling skills certificate (2003), Strathclyde University

B.Ed Hons Primary education (1995), Glasgow University. 

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