Sue holds a Masters in Integrative Psychotherapy working with both adults and children. She has worked in a number of therapeutic settings including schools, volunteer agencies and the NHS. Sue has worked with a range of complex issues including, anxiety, depression, anger, bereavement, trauma, attachment trauma, eating disorders, looked after children, sexual abuse, relational issues, cultural difficulties, bullying & shame.
Sue is an accredited member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and Universities Psychotherapy and Counselling Association (UPCA). Sue works within the UKCP Ethical Principles and Code of Professional Conduct and regularly participates in further professional development training. Sue holds current professional civil liability insurance.
Sue’s training as a therapist and involvement within the Breast Cancer Susceptibility Gene (BRCA) community inspired a research project to ask the question
‘Could integrative psychotherapy be useful to BRCA mutation carriers?’ Her research concludes with a proposal to adopt a BRCA Six Stage Therapeutic Intervention,
in order to meet the recognised emotional support needs of BRCA mutation carriers.
A more detailed summary of the project is on the 'Research' page.
"If you would like to talk to me about my BRCA research please get in touch. I am open to further research opportunities and integrative psychotherapy work. If you would like to contact me please email me or use the form on the 'Contact' page."