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Oxford Counselling & Psychotherapy

Oxford Counselling & Psychotherapy

Show Phone Number30 Beaumont Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 2NYUK
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 20:00
Tuesday14:30 - 20:00
Wednesday08:00 - 20:00
Thursday08:00 - 20:30
Friday14:30 - 17:00
Saturday
Sunday
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About Oxford Counselling & Psychotherapy

Existing in the world is not always easy. It can result in you feeling misunderstood by others or feeling alone, even though there are lots of people around. Sometimes it means life is a struggle and you can end up feeling stuck, unable to move forward. Perhaps something doesn't feel quite right but you're not sure what it is. Relationships can be complicated and communication difficult.  The past can keep troubling you or the future can seem anxiety-provoking or bleak. Traumatic events from the past can leave you feeling shattered and broken inside.  Do you ever find yourself repeating the same mistakes and asking 'How have I ended up here again?'.



Whether you have been given a particular diagnosis from a GP/medical practitioner or have a general sense that something in your life is not working for you, I recognise that it's not always easy to be in the world and offer Counselling and Psychotherapy as a way of exploring whatever it is that you might be struggling with.  My personal and professional experience lends itself to a strong belief in people and in the therapeutic process and what it can offer.  



I have over 6 years experience working therapeutically with adults, both in private practice and charitable counselling organisations.  My therapeutic work is also supported by over 12 years experience working with vulnerable adults, children, adolescents and families in the public and private sector as well as charities.  This has included working in areas such as mental health, homelessness, education, substance misuse and housing and support for complex needs teenagers and unaccompanied asylum seekers in care. 



I work creatively which means there is an opportunity to work in ways that suit you. For some people, talking therapy isn't always the answer. As well as talking through issues, my work can include the use of art, music, poetry or movement, for example, as a way to explore issues, if this is supportive for you.  



Therapy can be either short-term, lasting just a few weeks, to long-term which can be for a couple of years. If you are not sure what you want, this is something we can discuss this together when we meet.

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Accreditations

  • BACP - British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (UK) 

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Psychotherapy

Premises

Parking - There is metered parking on the street outside

Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access - The clinic is situated in the centre of Oxford and is easily accessible by bus and train

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Wireless access

On-site pharmacy

Clinic Services

Emergency service

Text message reminders

Home visits

Open 24 hours

Open weekends

Travel Services

International travel

Local travel

Local accommodation

Translation services

Local guide

Tours and vacation services

Pick up service from hotel

Pick up service from airport

Psychotherapy

up to £50
Psychotherapist Consultation

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Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

Public Health Insurance

Dental Plans Accepted

European Health Insurance Card

NHS

PruHealth

Emergency NHS

BUPA

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Ms Lizzie Kelly

Biography:
My name is Lizzie and I am a qualifed Counsellor and Psychotherapist for both adults and couples. I have over 6 years experience working therapeutically with adults in both private practice and charitable organisations in Oxfordshire and Sydney. My early working life was spent working in the Corporate Sector, however, after 12 years or so, I began to have a change of focus and realised that I had an unmet interest and passion in working directly with people in community-based settings. And so, began my change of career. For the past 12 years, I have worked in various private and public sector organisations and charities that work with vulnerable adults, young people and families. This has included working in areas such as adult and young peoples homelessness, housing and support for complex needs teenagers in the care system, mental health, housing and support for unaccompanied asylum seekers, substance misuse and education. This work has been and continues to be a great support for my therapeutic work. Although I do not work with children and adolescents in my private practice, my experience of working with this group in other settings together with my experience of working with families, lends itself to a good understanding for working with parents who find parenthood difficult. My therapeutic approach is holistic and relational. Working holistically means that I believe all aspects of being human are connected and therefore cannot be treated separately. I work with you as a whole person, paying attention to both physical and psychological processes and how they link together. Working relationally means that I bring myself into the therapeutic relationship with you as another human being, sharing my responses, thoughts and feelings with you. I use our relationship as a way of raising your awareness of how you might be relating with and experiencing the world around you. I also work creatively which means there is an opportunity to work in ways that suit you. For some people, talking therapy by itself isn't always the answer. As well as talking through issues, our work can include the use of art, music, drama, poetry or movement as a way to explore some of your issues, if this is supportive for you. I have a particular interest in themes of identity, belonging, intimacy, loneliness and connection.
Show Phone Number30 Beaumont Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 2NYUK