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LTR is a private counselling practice conveniently located in the heart of Liverpool City Centre. 

In our comfortable and modern therapy rooms we offer professional and affordable personal therapy for individuals,

children, couples and families from all backgrounds.

Our team of counsellors and clinical psychologists are qualified, professional and practice independently.

We offer support for a wide range of emotional difficulties such as:

Depression, Anxiety, Addiction, Relationship Issues, PTSD, Eating Disorders,

Low Self-esteem, Co-dependency and Narcissistic Abuse Recovery,

Work-related Stress, Life Transitions, Bereavement & Loss,

Childhood Sexual Abuse, Rape, Domestic Violence, Sexual Identity, OCD,

Anger Issues, Self-harm, Suicidal Thoughts and Phobias.




Step 1 - Please visit our Therapist Profile Page and select which Therapist you would like to work with.

Step 2 - Please fill in your details on the contact form on your Therapist's page.

Step 3 - Your Therapist will contact you with-in 24-48 hrs to arrange a consultation call,

during your call you will be able to arrange an appointment directly with your Therapist.




Please note - Consultations and appointments can only be arranged by filling in you details on a contact form.

If you are having difficulties filling in the form, our phone line is open Mon to Fri: 9am -11am

Sorry we can-not offer same day appointments or walk ins.

Our team of therapists offer various counselling approach's to suit your therapeutic needs.

Each Therapist profile provides full details of the counselling approach they use, areas of specialty and fee's.


You can opt for face to face appointments at our Castle Street practice, online (Zoom or Skype) or phone counselling.

If you are happy to wait and work with any available therapist, you can opt to be placed on our waiting list.

Using this option it may take 2-3 weeks for the next available therapist to contact you.  

To be placed on our waiting list please visit the link below:


All therapists practicing at LTR are independent, fully qualified, insured and hold membership of the

one of the following organisations BACP, UKCP, HCPC & MNCS

Personal therapy can be an amazingly positive and life changing experience, and greatly assist you to becoming more

self aware and self governing towards finding your own solutions to your problems.

You may feel a bit nervous or apprehensive about having personal therapy for the first time,

Here are the answers to a few frequently asked questions:

Q: Is therapy only for people who have had a major crisis?

A: Therapy is for anyone no matter how big or small the issue. If something is playing on your mind, holding you back in life,

disturbing your sleep or causing you emotional distress, personal therapy offers you a confidential and non-judgemental

space to talk through your thoughts and feelings.

Professional therapeutic support can help you gain control, develop new coping skills and create new behaviourism's

that can help you move forward.

Q: Will attending therapy be listed on my medical records?

A: No, your therapy is strictly private and confidential, we never share any of your personal details to a third party. 

In the event of a medical emergency or risk of suicide, with your consent we can assist for your doctor or a third party to be contacted.


Q: How many therapy sessions will I need, and how often should I attend?

A: The amount of sessions you need, and if you want to attend weekly, fortnightly or monthly is entirely up to you. Your therapist

will be able to assess your therapeutic needs and review your progress. Weekly appointments may be beneficial to

begin with, then perhaps moving to fortnightly or monthly if you feel that works for you. You can end your therapy whenever you 

want and return at any time.

Q: Is there any way to make therapy more affordable?

A: If you think you may struggle to afford weekly appointments, you can opt for appointments every 2-3 weeks or even monthly.

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