About this oral history
Liz was interviewed as part of the Our History project, which archived, recorded and preserved our LGBT heritage in 2019/20. Liz was Volunteer Counsellor at METRO in the mid-1990s, HIV Coordinator for Bexley Council in the late 1990s and Principal Family Therapist at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust 2004–2014. She is a systemic psychotherapist, visual artist and writer. In this oral history clip Liz discusses family/community-based therapy for families affected by HIV in Greenwich.
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