Lizzie Carver

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Personal Development

Why work with a therapist?

“How are you?”, I asked. “Oh, goodness!”, she said, wryly.  “That’s a story for another day…” Don’t you know that feeling?  That there’s going to ...

Broken? Beautiful?

Yesterday I was reminded of a conversation I had in 2010, just after I had first launched myself upon an unsuspecting universe as a coach ...

LOVE myself? Are you kidding?

When I think about love, I think about our darling dog, Barty, who died some years ago.  My son’s description of Barty is that he ...

Follow your own excellent advice!

That slightly embarrassing moment when you suddenly recognise a need to take some of your own excellent advice? That. Have you ever pushed on through, ...

When change looks too difficult

Change can feel so overwhelming at times, can’t it?  I have certainly felt daunted at times during this summer's process of revamping my website.  As ...

Neuro Linguistic Programming – not as daunting as it sounds!

I see my work with clients as a process of guided self-help, whichever way we are working in the moment. I use a number of ...

What a tiny particle and Matrix Reimprinting have in common…

In the world of Quantum Physics, scientists recently reported an experiment that showed a particle apparently deciding retrospectively whether to have acted in one of ...

EFT – what is that?

You may have heard of the energy therapy called EFT – or perhaps you’ve heard it called “tapping”? When I first came across it I ...

Some Reiki questions answered

I use a number of different approaches and this post about Reiki is one of a series giving some background information to the various ways ...

Trust that beauty will break through…

I keep noticing patches of snowdrops on the roadside at the moment - so cheering!(Wonderful photograph by Shabana Shaffick Richardson, adapted with her kind permission)

“Lizzie’s story” via Fine Cell Work

Between 2008 and 2013, I regularly visited HMP Send as a volunteer with the social enterprise, Fine Cell Work. I helped to teach the prisoners ...