Manx Therapy

Elizabeth Bankes-Jones M.Ed., B.Sc. (Psychology), P.G.Dip.H.P., P.G.Dip.S.E.N., N.P.Q.H.

UKCP Registered Psychotherapist

Supporting the Island's mental health since 2000.

 Call Elizabeth today on 01624 801624 to find out more, or text to 07624 325131

Strictest confidence assured. Clinic by appointment only.

Services offered.





Distant healing


Psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and counselling sessions last an hour and are charged at £70.00 per session.

One to one Reiki sessions last an hour and are charged at £40.00 per session.

Payment may be made by direct transfer, cheque or cash at the end of each session.

Please note: Any session booked, but subsequently cancelled by the client within 24 hours of the appointment starting time, or failure to show will be charged at £35.00. Exceptions to this are at the therapist's discretion.

Distant healing is not charged for, but donations may be made to Manx registered charity No.976,  School for Uganda using the donate to charity Paypal button if you so wish. To find out more about the charity's work please visit their website: or click the button to their Facebook page.



10 Hawarden Avenue



A little background...

Elizabeth is an experienced therapist with a demonstrated history of working in the mental health care industry. She is skilled in many areas including individual therapy, negotiation, youth development, coaching, family therapy and non-profit organizations. A strong psychotherapy and education professional, she has a B.Sc. focused in Psychology, an M.Ed. in curriculum development and post graduate diplomas in psychotherapy, hypnotherapy and special educational needs. Having a wide experience, Elizabeth has a powerful understanding of many different roles.  She has an active interest in alternative therapies and is a Reiki Master.

In her spare time Elizabeth raises ducks and geese, grows willow for weaving and runs a Manx registered charity. As a songwriter lyricist writing on global issues and education, Elizabeth does her small part to change lives for the better, both on the Isle of Man, and in Uganda. She challenges herself to grow Amaryllis plants from seed and writes musical plays to help children understand global challenges. 

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