Lizzy Mills

Counsellor & Psychotherapist

Lizzy is a BACP registered counsellor and psychotherapist working with adults and young people from 14 and upwards. She holds a diploma in therapeutic counselling and offers both short or long-term one to one counselling depending on the client’s individual needs. She also provides online or telephone counselling where appropriate. Lizzy works from a humanistic and person-centred approach that puts the client at the centre of of the therapeutic relationship. This means that she works from the clients own unique frame of reference in a way that is best suited to the client.

As a person-centred counsellor Lizzy believes that each client is unique and supports her clients to recognise their own strengths and resourcefulness so that they may work through issues in a way that is meaningful to them. She provides a safe and nurturing environment where the client can feel heard, accepted and able to explore thoughts and feelings without judgement. Through the therapeutic relationship Lizzy hopes her clients can begin to live in a way that feels more authentic to their own unique experiencing, increasing their over all well-being and strengthening their relationships with others in turn.

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Rate:

£50

Membership:

  • Registered member of the BACP

Qualifications:

  • Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling 

  • Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Skills 

  • Level 2 Award in Counselling Concepts Survivors Trust Sexual Violence Training Domestic Violence training (WLDAS)

Work Experience:​

Lizzy has worked as a lead counsellor for an organisation working with both children and adults affected by sexual violence. She has managed a team of counsellors delivering counselling support to students in a university setting. Lizzy has also worked as a counsellor within secondary schools and has been a mentor for the domestic violence team in Lincolnshire. She has experience of working with a wide variety of issues and has a particular interest in trauma work, disordered eating and the use of person-centred art therapy for personal growth.


Before becoming a counsellor Lizzy worked in a variety of educational settings both here in the UK and abroad and worked county wide for social services adult learning disabilities team.