About me... the counsellor

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Hi, I'm Sue


I hold a diploma in therapeutic counselling gained at Bedford college and I have been awarded accreditation status through the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). 


This means the BACP have endorsed and approved my practice as a safe, ethical and effective therapist.



I originally started my counselling practice at a secondary school working with the 11 - 16 age group and in a charitable counselling agency with adults of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. This provided me with an excellent grounding in a wide variety of mental health and well-being issues, and was invaluable experience for me when I decided to branch out on my own. 


In 2016 I opened my private practice working from home, in a private counselling room separate from the main house, where I now work with all ages from 11 years upwards. 


As well as private clients I also work closely with a charity, supporting child victims of crime, counselling children and young people both pre and post trial. I am an affiliate counsellor for an Employee Assistance Provider (EAP) and through them I work with adults on a short term basis. I am experienced in working with short term clients, 4-6 sessions, and long term depending on the client's needs. Working with young people is so rewarding that I have returned to school counselling and now work once again as a therapist in a local secondary school. I also help out at a local charity as an Adult Carer support worker.


I have extensive experience of working with people with Asperger's Syndrome, helping them to understand and accept themselves, and others, and to lead more rewarding and fulfilling lives. 


I have a great passion for helping people and for promoting positive mental health for everyone.