Do you feel stuck, lost, depressed, angry or not sure which way to turn? Then I can help! I know from experience how seeking help can feel scary. And I also know that we can all experience times where we need to be heard and Understood. As you enter into the therapeutic relationship you will be met with a warm welcome and a comfortable atmosphere where I can sit along of side you whilst you discover ways to lead a happy and fulfilling life.
My name is Sue and I work as a Therapeutic Counsellor. I help people to identify and achieve their personal goals. I help them with the issues that are causing them distress, anxiety, and stress. I have a particular interest in the effects of broken attachments and welcome adults and children to work through the disruption that this can bring to their lives. I take great pride in the progress and success of my clients, and look forward to helping you.
My mission is to guide you to towards your potential to heal. Previous clients have said that they sleep better, relax more, manage emotions, feels happier, are less short tempered, less teary and are managing their lives better after having counselling with me. If you would like this to be you then click the email link below to find out more.
Henry David Thoreau
“It’s not what you look at what matters, it’s what you see”
We can all look at the same event and yet experience it differently. For this reason the core of my work is Person-Centred. The focus of your therapy will be upon you and your experiences. Person-Centred therapy is a humanistic approach that holds the individual at the heart of the therapy. I will positively value you as an individual and help you to re-connect with your inner values and sense of self-worth. Enabling you to find your own way to move forward and progress.
Dementia is not a normal part of ageing. We all forget a name or a face sometimes, especially as we get older. But the changes caused by dementia are different and more serious.
Symptoms of dementia can include problems with planning and decision-making, language, and sometimes changes in mood or behaviour.
Supporting someone with dementia can be a rewarding experience, giving you an opportunity to help someone who is important to you and learn new skills. But we also know that it may be very challenging at times too.
If you need someone to share your concerns, thoughts and feelings with then get in touch, I can support you.
I have a wealth of knowledge and experience of working with people who have dementia and with their families and friends.
Relationship and Attachment
I have a particular interest in working with adults and children who have suffered from fragile or broken attachments. For some individuals, attachments are disrupted through a variety of circumstances such as loss, separation from a parent, hospital stays, neglect or an unavailable care giver. I work with individuals who are ready to grow, heal and repair the effects of broken attachments.
“I am not perfect, but I am enough”
Experienced. Qualified. Supportive.
Qualifications I hold.FD. Contemporary Approaches to Counselling.
Dip. Therapeutic Counselling.Open University Certificate in online and telephone counselling. Dip. Counselling Skills.Dyadic Development Psychotherapy trained.Health and Social Care diploma. N.N.E.B trained. Cert. Child Development Psychology.Dip. Child and young people’s mental health.Dip. Play Therapy.
During the week I have a spaces available at various times, on a Saturday morning I have one session available at 9.30am