"All human beings have in
common the desire to avoid suffering and to know happiness.”
| ADULTS | COUPLES |
| INDIGENOUS EXPERIENCE |
Sue has worked as a Psychologist for over 10 years in a variety of settings which has allowed her to hone her skills and special interests. She is particularly interested in working with people experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, difficulties with self-esteem and self-compassion, those challenged by adjusting to parenthood and those with family of origin issues (including recovery from childhood abuse).
Sue enjoys, and is qualified, to work with couples and relationships. Sue is also experienced in working with cancer patients and their families and others coping with serious or life-threatening illnesses.
Sue's approach is client-centered, tailoring the interventions to meet the needs of the individual client, with a focus on maximizing well-being. She enjoys and teaches mindfulness and relaxation training as well as stress management.
Sue provides supervision to other psychologists and conducts training in psychology at the University.
Sue is in a long-term relationship and has four, young adult, “children”.