Susan Coldwell - BSc; DipHe; Reg. MBACP

Susan Coldwell - BSc; DipHe; Reg. MBACP

South Yorkshire

07788 638 164

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South Yorkshire

07788 638 164

About me

I offer a safe space where you can speak to someone in confidence who will listen as you talk through your thoughts feelings and problems, working with you to understand your difficulties without criticism or judgement. I can help you explore the things that are causing you trouble and come to a better understanding of yourself. Learning to accept and trust in yourself and your owner natural inner resources you will grow in confidence and self-esteem and draw on your own strengths to bring about real, meaningful change and growth.

My Experience:

I spent four years working in a specialist domestic abuse service with both men and women who had experienced trauma as a result of physical, emotional and sexual abuse. I worked with both current and historic abuse including issues of historic childhood abuse.

Survivors of abuse often suffer with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and mental health problems. The focus of counselling differs for each person but often involves working through complex emotions and traumatic experiences.

I spent 18 months working in the NHS with adults who have been diagnosed with autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions. This work has included an in-depth exploration of self identity, social isolation, individual difference, learning disabilities, anxiety, emotional regulation and management of stress.

I also have knowledge and experience of working with single parents, bereavement, chronic ill health and pain, caring for the elderly and those with dementia.


Hunters Bar

Two minutes walk from Eccalsall Road and Hunters Bar roundabout over looking Endcliffe Park.

Professional Membership:

I am a registered member of the BACP and abide by their code of ethics which includes regular use of supervision and ongoing training for my personal and professional development. In the last year I have participated in several workshops/short courses including:

• Exploring Gender and Gender Variance
• Death in Psychotherapy
• Working with Suicidal Clients
• Power in Therapeutic Relationships
• Therapy, Culture, Ethnicity, Diversity and Identity
• The History of Autism

Contact me:

If you have any questions or to arrange an appointment please email me on:

Training, qualifications & experience

BSc Hons Psychology
DIP Person Centred counselling and psychotherapy


Pathways Family Support Center - Barnsley Domestic Violence Service.

NHS Sheffield Adult Autism and Neurodevelopmental Service

Share Psychotherapy

Private Practice in Sheffield

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Therapies offered


£45 for a 50 minute session.

Maps & Directions

Sheffield, S11

Type of session

Online counselling: No
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Monday 10am - 6pm Wednesday 9am - 11am Thursday 6pm - 9pm

Types of client