Louize Carroll interview: ‘It was all or nothing, and it looked like it was going to be nothing’
Louize Carroll has managed to balance two very different careers as a musician and a psychotherapist. But she has had to find her way here through difficult times. Interview: Andrea Cleary
Over the past few years, Louize Carroll has received the same request at least once a day: can you recommend a good therapist? As an experienced psychotherapist – as well as a regular contributor to this publication’s Design For Life column – she has become a trusted source for those seeking mental health advice.
“When we request a recommendation for a therapist,” she says, “we want to know that we’re investing our time...
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