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Liz Jeffries

Transactional analysis psychotherapist
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About Me

I am a UKCP-Registered psychotherapist, National Counselling Society-accredited counsellor and ACTO-accredited online therapist.

I am a Certified Transactional Analyst Psychotherapist based in Chorlton, South Manchester and I have been in private practice since 2014 offering short-term and open-ended therapy. I am currently offering online therapy for individuals, and I anticipate being able to offer in-person therapy from September 2021. 

Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy is a therapeutic approach that looks at how we become who we are, and how we grow and change during the course of life. It allows us to look at your current life and difficulties as well as how these difficulties came to be. This knowledge can then be used to support you in resolving or clarifying the issues you bring to therapy. 

People come to therapy for various reasons. Examples include wanting to work through a difficulty in life, for help with a diagnosed or undiagnosed  psychological problem (for example anxiety or depression), being in the midst of challenging circumstances or a difficult relationship, wanting  to resolve issues from the past, or even just to gain clarity about life and its trajectories. There are no right or wrong reasons to come to therapy. All are valid.

In terms of how long the therapy should last, I  suggest a minimum of six sessions in order to allow sufficient time to derive therapeutic benefit. Beyond this initial period, therapy is flexible. Working with a therapist is a unique process, individual to you and your circumstances. So we can discuss and agree an appropriate period of time for you as the therapy progresses. 

Having been through a process of psychotherapy myself. I am now passionate about therapy, and the opportunities it presents for feeling better, exploring change and for resolving personal issues and difficulties in life.

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Issues often worked with

Gender diversity
Sexuality and LGBTQ
Emotional abuse
Finding meaning
Suicidal thoughts
Chronic pain

Therapy offered

On video
By phone

Client groups



My Fees are as follows:

Introductory Session 30-minutes: £30 - a brief session providing an opportunity to meet me, ask any questions you might have, and get a feeling for how therapy may be with me. 

Individual Therapy: £55 per 50-minute session - this is the rate and duration of sessions after the introductory session. 

I offer two sessions a week at concessionary rates for those who are on low incomes or unemployed.  Please contact me for details of availability if you think you may be eligible. 

Training and qualifications

Training and Continual Professional Development  

Working with Abuse

Working with Attachment

Relational Psychotherapy

Core Training (4 Years) Transactional Analysis Psychotherapy


Other Qualifications

Certified Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist (CTA-P) 

Bachelor of Science (BSc Honours) - Emphasis in Psychology and Mental Health - The Open University

Certified Online Therapist - Online Therapy Institute 

Accredited by the National Counselling Society (NCS) 

Verified professional membership

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