Elizabeth Duvall
Elizabeth Duvall
Works with: Groups & Individuals
Sessions: Face-to-Face, Online
Languages: English
Individuals: £90/hr
Couples: £120/hr
Locations: TAC Clapham
Enhanced DBS Checked

Elizabeth Duvall

  • Anxiety
  • Self-esteem
    • Body Focussed Repetitive Behaviour e.g. Trichotillomania (hair pulling) and Dermatillomania (skin picking)
  • Relationships
  • Stress
  • Life Transitions

Elizabeth helps clients explore the issues which challenge or limit them and work towards changes that will be of benefit. Whatever difficulties or concerns clients have, Elizabeth provides a non-judgemental space where clients can talk openly, be truly heard, and understood. Elizabeth helps clients understand themselves better as well as develop more helpful ways of dealing with their difficulties and other people. Elizabeth works in an integrative way; meaning she selects techniques from a variety of therapies that will best serve each unique client. She uses Humanistic Psychology to support clients to explore their life experience; past, present, and future. Elizabeth’s main framework is Existential Psychotherapy; which helps clients to respond more effectively to life’s challenge, limitations, and difficulties; Aiding her clients to live a more satisfying life, on their own terms, with the responsibility and freedom that comes with it. She offers CBT, Mindfulness, Existential, Humanistic and Meaning Centred therapy.

Elizabeth is an experienced and trusted Psychotherapist and draws upon many years of training in psychology, counselling, and experience in helping people. She is also a trainee Counselling Psychologist. Elizabeth is also a Work Psychologist and Coaching Psychologist. She has previously had a corporate career and understands the difficulties of work-life demands, stress, and burnout.

Elizabeth is an Integrative Psychotherapist with postgraduate qualifications in Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology. She is registered with the BACP and BPS. She is currently completing a Doctorate in Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology and her research focus is burnout.

Dr Michael Eko
Simon Simmons