An independent therapist with wide
- Time Limited and Open Ended
- Psychoanalytic and Integrative approaches
- Agency and NHS referrals undertaken
Prior to training in counselling and psychotherapy,
Susan has lived and worked within education abroad, including W.
Africa, N. Africa, the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia- and
the Far East and has been involved in the field of therapy for a
decade. Latterly, her work has included approximately five years
in the area of trauma, with patients affected by the Balkans
war, and also those from the Congo, Ethiopia, Iraq, Iran,
Afghanistan and Turkish Kurds. She is experienced in working
through an interpreter when necessary.
During 2005 Susan spent two weeks in Phuket, post Tsunami- in a
consultancy/support role with the Phuket Childline ‘Saidek
Caravan’ project, supporting and training teams of young people
and accompanying them to outlying schools affected by the
Tsunami, plus, carrying out an audit of trauma regarding the
residual affects re children and teaching staff at the target
schools, which formed part of her report.
Additionally Susan has researched, from a heuristic view point,
‘The Relevance of Counselling and Psychotherapy for Carers of
Looked After Children in Institutional Settings’ and this
unpublished work may be located by those working in this field,
at the library of the University of Surrey.
Practices in Central London and the New Forest,
(Hampshire/ Dorset borders), Convenient for Southampton/Bournemouth
and surrounding areas. Experienced in working through interpreters
Therapy offered for a wide range of psychological issues, including:
Personal issues, Relationships, Work issues, Loss, Bereavement;
as well as
Intercultural and Refugee issues: Trauma, Political/ Organisational