Welcome to Elizabeth Turp Counselling & Psychotherapy - South Liverpool and Liverpool City Centre, Merseyside
Please get in touch about upcoming availablilty and current in-person therapy policy.
See 'Articles' and 'Archived articles' pages for information about chronic illness: coping, pacing energy and support.
If you are a helping professional see podcast page for the ‘How We Care’ podcast considering the joys & challenges we face, and how best to look after your own wellbeing and develop effectiveness.
If you think you could benefit from a place to explore your thoughts and feelings in a confidential setting in Liverpool, counselling may be for you. Click here and scroll down for some answers to common questions, fears and unknowns that people express about coming to see a counsellor for the first time. Worried it may feel overwhelming or that you won't know what to say? I've tried to answer these concerns and more.
I have been a counsellor in Liverpool, Merseyside for 23 years and I am committed to providing counselling in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment. I work with adults on a one to one basis with the aim of assisting you to find ways to address your difficulties, enhance your life and live more fully. For more on how I work.
I also offer public talks and group training sessions to charities, support groups and professionals about self-care and living well with chronic physical illness. See here for my articles on wellbeing and health and ME/CFS information sheets available here 'Pacing', 'Living Well with ME' and 'Alternative Approaches to ME.'
I offer counselling in both Liverpool City Centre and South Liverpool for all common mental health problems and specialize in working with:
My Liverpool counselling rooms are centrally located on Hope Street in Liverpool City Centre and in South Liverpool on Ullet Road, at the Smithdown Road end, L17. Both are easy to travel to by public transport and have parking nearby. My Ullet Road room is in a fully accessible building.
As well as offering self-funded sessions, if you have health insurance cover to see a counsellor either privately or through your employer I am a registered provider for Axa PPP Healthcare, Aviva, Aetna Global Benefits and VitalityHealth private medical insurance. See FAQ page for further details on all of the above.