Headshot of Liz Driscoll, therapist, cisgender white woman with mid-length wavy brown hair, smiling, wearing a patterned blouse.

I am an experienced counsellor and psychotherapist working with adults on a one-to-one basis, in person face-to-face, and online over Zoom. I specialise in issues relating to identity, including autistic and ADHD identities, and around gender and sexual identity. I also help with relationship difficulties, problems at work, trauma including complex trauma (cPTSD), and anxiety and depression.

I offer sessions at:

Uxbridge – in person face-to-face: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 10am-6.30pm (last appt 5.30pm); Fridays 10am-2pm (last appt 1pm).

Online – Zoom sessions: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 10am-6.30pm (last appt 5.30pm); Fridays 10am-2pm (last appt 1pm).

Finding the help you need is not always easy, and I hope the information here will help you decide next steps.

I provide a confidential space to help you understand more about  your challenges and strengths, work out what’s going on beneath the surface, and think how best to address your difficulties. As an integrative therapist, trained at Postgraduate Level 7 through the Metanoia Institute and Middlesex University, I use a range of psychological frameworks and therapeutic dialogues. At the heart of how I practice is you, your unique identity and needs, and what your experience means to you.

I have worked with a broad range of clients and supported people in crisis, facing mental health challenges or questions over their identity, struggling with  relationship difficulties, addressing trauma (including complex trauma cPTSD)  –  and often working out how they ‘fit in’ in the world.

Sometimes just a few sessions can be really helpful, or more time may be needed for deeper change or to address more complex or long-standing problems.  Shorter term therapy (6 sessions or so) can also help you discover if you are ready to commit to longer term work. You may want to focus on a particular problem or want support in a crisis, or wish to explore your identity, life experience or past, in more depth.

I am committed to diversity, inclusion and social justice and work affirmatively around all marginalised identities and experience.

I offer a free introductory call lasting around 20-30 minutes to find out more about what you are looking for from your therapy, and to give you a chance to find out what I’m like and ask questions.

Please get in touch on 07442 694463 or by email lizdriscolltherapy@gmail.com. For more information about fees see FAQs.