Dr Liz Day
Family and Systemic Psychotherapist

•    I am a systemic psychotherapist. That means that I am trained to work with individuals, couples, families and groups. I am interested in you, and the people, relationships and contexts which matter to you. I am happy to see you on your own or as a couple or with children or with anyone else who is important to you.  
•    I believe that people are resourceful and knowledgeable about their own lives and I will work collaboratively with you to create better relationships and a greater understanding of how communication may affect your day to day life. 
•    I have experience of working across a wide range of issues with both adults and children and I have a particular interest and expertise in the following areas:

•    working with neurodiversity (autism, ADHD)
•    working with parents whose children are violent or out of control
•    working with gender diversity and sexuality
•    working with children and families where there has been domestic violence or abuse
•    working with life limiting conditions and bereavement

•    My pronouns are ‘she’, ‘her’, ‘hers’. 

•    I am a deputy editor of Murmurations: Journal of Transformative Systemic Practice. 

Dr Liz Day

UK Council for Psychotherapy
Assocation of Family Therapy