Liz Kirby

PSYCHOTHERAPIST & COUNSELLOR

Coaching

Anxiety

Stress

Disordered & Binge Eating

Self Esteem

Perfectionism

Imposter Syndrome

Life Transitions

Performance Anxiety

Rates & Availability

Standard Fee is $185.00
Psychotherapist & Counsellor
No Medicare Rebate Available

Days: Mon, Tues
Online via video call

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CBT

Mindfulness

Schema

Humorous

A Parent

Sensitive

Get to know Liz

Liz Kirby is a Psychotherapist & Counsellor who loves reconnecting people back to who it is they truly are and not who it is they think they ‘should be’. She is passionate about therapy because it is through self-awareness that you can change patterns, get to know yourself and ultimately change the course of your life.

She enjoys working with perfectionists (having been one herself) as well as people experiencing anxiety, emotional and binge eating, stress, fear of failure, low self-esteem, and the self-professed ‘self-help junkie’ who believes that they are broken and need fixing.

Psychotherapist & Counsellor Liz works holistically, combining coaching with therapy, using a range of tools including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Positive Psychology, Compassionate Inquiry, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy and Coaching tools.

Through using a range of techniques, she works creatively to meet your unique needs. Combining coaching and counselling, Liz’s sessions allow you to heal past patterns, develop a deeper understanding of yourself, and also create the life that you want.

Psychotherapist & Counsellor Liz’s tips for People Pleasers & Perfectionists

Swap the “Shoulds‘ for the ‘Coulds‘ – Next time you find yourself saying you ‘should’ do something, such as; ‘I SHOULD go to this event’ Substitute the word ‘should’ for ‘could’. For eg. “I COULD go to this event’ Notice how different that feels. Notice how you now are free and empowered to make the right decision for YOU. Now feel into your body and ask ‘What do I WANT to do?'”

My therapy song…

BETTER PEOPLE – Xavier Rudd