Counselling

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What Is Counselling?

Sue (MBACP) is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists). As an integrative therapist Sue works with clients to explore mind, body, emotion and soul, believing that if any of these parts of self are out of balance, our whole being can be affected. Sue works alongside clients to identify how connected or disconnected these parts of self are, which can aid in the unravelling of the root cause of the problem. Issues may present through anxiety, depression, mental health, stress, and lack of fulfilment. Sue integrates Person Centred, CBT, Gestalt and Transpersonal Techniques to help clients access their deep inner world where the client can recognise and resolve their problems.

‘To feel truly heard and listened to without questioning, challenge or adaptation by another’s own experience can seem such a rare and extraordinary thing– yet so simple one would think. But to be truly heard, understood and listened to comes from more than lending ears. It’s a stepping aside from your own experience and judgements to allow another’s words and feelings to be shared in all its entirety by the listener.’ (Sue Suddaby-Overton)

“You have helped me immensely. I have had counselling before but it has not helped. You have an empathy and understanding and a real sense of what I am feeling, and you help alleviate my pain. You help me to understand my feelings and approach the way I feel in a different way than I have been. This gives me hope that one day I can be happy and free again.”
Sam West, Devon

Counselling

£40 per session