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About

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 https://www.bacp.co.uk/

My BACP registered number is 00607630

Qualifications

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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