About me
Elizabeth (Beth) Corr



I have been training in the area of Psychology for the past 14 years. I completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Lincoln in Psychology and Clinical Psychology BSc. Whilst doing this I spent time working for Samaritans. I then went on to finish a Masters in Forensic Psychology MSc at Birmingham City University. Whilst completing this I worked full time within a Secure Psychiatric Hospital in Nottinghamshire. where I gained experience working in a group setting. I have a Diploma in Integrative Psychodynamic Counselling and am currently working towards a Doctorate in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology by Professional Studies which I hope to complete in 2019. In the last two years I have been working 1:1 with both men and women in a Counselling and Psychotherapy capacity. This has included working with male offenders within a prison setting and women within a local Women's Centre.    

Counsellor Elizabeth Corr

How I work as a counsellor

My approach to working with client is an integrative one. This means that I believe that every one is individual and different things work for different people. Therefore I adapt my approach to suit the individual I am working with. It is important that the work we do together is beneficial to you and therefore I will be led by what works for you. 

Whilst I work in an integrative way the basis of that integration is relational. I strongly believe that it is our early relational bonds that influence the person we become. I also believe that in order to best help you our therapeutic relationship will be important. It can tell us a lot about how you relate in the wider world and can provide a safe and encouraging environment for you. ​​

I am currently a trainee member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and as part of that I am bound by their "Ethical Principles and Code of Professional Conduct". A link to the UKCP website can be found on the "Links" page. On their website you are also able to check my current membership. Aswell as the UKCP I am also a member of the British Psyhological Society (BPS), the link to their website can also be found on the "Links" page.​​