Sue Wilders Reg. MBACP, Dipl Counselling and Psychotherapy, Qualified Supervisor
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'
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
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.
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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
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
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
The counselling room is on the first floor accessed via steps
Please contact me with any queries or to arrange an appointment