Life Debilitating Illness
The therapists below have experience of working with clients with Life Debilitating Illnesses, and their families
Christine has experience of working with people living with a debilitating condition and the range of associated emotions and impacts. She offers face-to-face as well as Skype sessions.
Dr Sarah Luczaj
Sarah offers Skype sessions for people who are unable to travel to the office, and is experienced in supporting people with chronic illness.
Dr Rosemarie Lynass
Rosemarie has particular experience in carrying out research and working with individuals who have life-debilitating illness. She offers a supportive, non-judgemental relationship where clients can explore their own individual experiences. She understands that no two people’s experience will be the same and will work with each individual to identify a way of working that suits their individual needs, with some clients preferring a more reflective, non-directive therapy and others wishing a more structured, problem-solving approach.
Dr Lindsey Macleod
Lindsey draws on Mindfulness and Acceptance and Commitment Therapies to help children, young people and adults to adapt to illness and disability and develop flexible coping and resilience. She also supports carers in the stresses and challenges of their caring role.
Dr Lizzie Piper
Lizzie is experienced in providing therapy to those with long-term illness and/or chronic pain and currently works in a service in the NHS for those with psychological issues related to long-term illness, including life-limiting conditions. She provides a safe space to begin to explore your thoughts and feelings related to your experiences and the wider impact it can have on your experiences and relationships, and together to find ways to cope.
Dr Johanna Pronk
Johanna can help you find ways of adapting and coping, using CBT and mindfulness approaches.