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Dip.Counselling UKATA TA Practitioner
Nr Stratford Upon Avon & Alcester, Warwickshire, CV37

About me

Suzi Lauder Dip. Counselling UKATA TA Practitioner/CT

I am located just a few miles outside Stratford upon Avon. I offer counselling and receive GP referrals. I have a private practice located near Stratford upon Avon. I am a partner at Warwickshire and Worcestershire Counselling Service.

I work primarily using Transactional Analysis (TA), it is a powerful and effective therapeutic approach, which is widely used by psychotherapists and counsellors to resolve areas within life where you may be experiencing difficulties.

Sometimes we may find life isn’t working the way we want it to, relationships may seem problematic, we can feel like we are struggling, we may not even have words for what is wrong, just a sense that something is. Therapy can help to move us towards a life that does work and can free us from restrictions, providing more choices and freedom. It can help us find meaning and make sense of what is going on for us and move us towards a more contented way of being.

It’s not always possible to turn to family or friends for support, and sometimes our difficulties involve those very people. We ALL experience times in our life when we need help and at times like these, I can work with you to find answers, make changes and move towards the life you would like for yourself. Our work together is in the strictest confidence, and you can expect to be listened to without judgment, with compassion and respect.

If you would like to talk to me about a problem you are experiencing then please contact me for an appointment on 07702 151585. Your initial consultation is FREE and I also offer some evening and weekend appointments in addition to daytime appointments.

Training, qualifications & experience

Specialist certificated workshops and training:

I am a member of the following professional governing organisations:

(UKATA)United Kingdom Association Transactional Analysis
(EATA) European Association Transactional Analysis
( ITAA) Institute of Transactional Analysis
(UKCP ) United Kingdom Council for psychotherapy
The Berne Institute - Counselling Psychotherapy

  • Diploma in Counselling using Transactional Analysis (Berne Institute, Nottingham)
  • UKATA TA Practitioner Diploma
  • Specialisation working with Depression and Anxiety (Cert)
  • Transactional Analysis and Emotional Freedom Technique (Cert.)
  • Transactional Analysis Foundation (Cert.)
  • Transactional Analysis (101 Cert.)

Member organisations


UK Association for Transactional Analysis (UKATA)

UKATA (formally the Institute of Transactional Analysis) is the national UK Transactional Analysis organisation representing all fields of TA theory and practice. TA can be used as an effective tool in a wide range of contexts such as: personal development, management, coaching, counselling, psychotherapy, teaching, education, parenting and more.

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£55.00 per session
Free initial in-person or online session

Additional information

Initial Consultation FREE

£55 per hour individual

mobile 07702 151585

When I work

Monday - Friday Also some weekend and evening appointments available

Nr Stratford Upon Avon & Alcester, Warwickshire, CV37

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme

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