Sue Wilders Reg. MBACP, Dipl Counselling and Psychotherapy, Qualified Supervisor

Sue Wilders Reg. MBACP, Dipl Counselling and Psychotherapy, Qualified Supervisor

London
E2

07932 483379

About me

Highly experienced qualified Counsellor, Psychotherapist , Supervisor. Over twenty-five years experience of offering pychotherapy/counselling and other types of help for people in difficulties or distress. I provide a warm and genuine environment in which you can be supported, and explore any stresses or issues you want to discuss. I will help you to identify whatever is in the way of you leading a happier, more fulfilling life.

Counselling with me is likely to help you to make better choices in the future, or to feel more at ease in your current life. I am non-judgemental and non discriminatory. We are all different and we all need to be understood for who we are. I will seek to understand you and to be in your corner with you. If you decide to give this a try I will look forward to meeting with you.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Diploma in Person Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy 1999 (BACP Accred.)
  • Certificate in Supervision 2007
  • Certificate in Counselling Skills in the Development of Learning 1994 (RSA)

Numerous published articles, and book chapters, and on-line interview.

Women Writers in the Person Centred Approach, Chapter,
‘The person centred Approach and it's relevance to Substance Users’
ed Fairhurst, PCCS Books 1999

Embracing Non-Directivity: Re-assessing theory and practice in the 21st century Chapter
'An Exploration of non-directive work with drug and alcohol users'
ed Levitt, PCCS Books 2005

Therapy Today, Article with Sam Robinson,
'Addiction: Is counselling sufficient'
BACP 2006

Person Centred Quarterly, article,                                                                           'relational depth and the person centred approach' BAPCA 2006

Relational Depth: New Perspectives and Developments, Chapter
'The Person-Centred approach: similarities and differences with relational depth'
ed Rosanne Knox, David Murphy, Susan Wiggins, Mick Cooper Palgrave books 2012

Also available on-line to enhance my writings: On-line published interview with On-Line Events - 'Relational depth, a critic's perspective' 2011

If you would like me to talk to your group or offer a worKshop please contact me for details

Over 20 years in drug and alcohol work.
Ex-president of the international Association for the Development of the Person-centred approach (ADPCA).

Organiser of the 2014 ADPCA conference at Nottingham University

Member organisations

BACP

Accredited register membership

Areas of counselling I deal with

I work with all issues. I am non judgemental and non discriminatory. There are no issues I would not work with and have experience with very many different problems and experiences.

Therapies offered

Photos & videos

  • 2018 Face

Fees

My fee for individuals is £60.

Couple Counselling is £80.

And for family or more than 2 people my fee is £90

Supervision of other counsellors is £60

Further information

I offer non judgemental Person Centred therapy where you are free to talk about anything you choose, at your own pace. I will listen carefully to you and together we can work toward the changes you might want to make

Maps & Directions

London, E2

Type of session

Online counselling: Yes
Telephone counselling: Yes
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None

Accessibility

Wheelchair access: Unspecified

The counselling room is on the first floor accessed via steps

Availability

Please contact me with any queries or to arrange an appointment