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I am an experienced clinical supervisor, I am an Accredited clinical supervisor with the British Association of Art Therapists. 

I am an experienced counsellor/psychotherapist with flexible working hours and I offer a sliding scale for people on low income and students.

My approach is to offer empathetic understanding and non-judgemental listening in a safe space.  Everyone is unique and therefore I draw on many different methods to suit each person's needs. My aim is to connect my client with their own inner resources through authenticity and self-empowerment.

I work with individuals, children and adolescents offering - short and long term therapy.

I offer a compassionate, safe and confidential environment that supports the exploration and expression of feelings, thoughts, beliefs and circumstances that may be having an adverse effect on emotional well-being and quality of life.​

Sometimes we just need a space to be still and reflect, a space where we feel accepted, understood and supported in gaining a deeper awareness into why we behave the way we do or that can offer us an alternative perspective on challenging life situations.

​My aim is to support you in making sense of your life and working with you in moving to where you would like to be.
Training, qualifications & experience
I am a fully qualified psychotherapist and supervisor. I have an MA in Art Psychotherapy (Goldsmiths').

I offer an integrative arts approach, based on the needs of the client, drawing upon psychodynamic, person-centred, attachment and short term solution focused approaches to enhance the therapeutic process.​

I currently work for a charity, managing and providing supervision to therapists offering counselling to children, parents and teachers in Central London.

In my private practice I work with children, young people and adults (in short and long-term therapy) as well as providing supervision to both qualified and trainee counsellors/therapists..

​I am a member of BACP (the professional body that regulates psychotherapists in the UK), I am DBS cleared and have regular 1:1 supervision.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

Sign language Unspecified
Other languages None


Wheelchair user access

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Wheelchair user access

Types of client

Young people
Older adults
Sue Sichel MA, MBACP, BAAT, HCPC (Accred) Integrative Psychotherapist

Sue Sichel MA, MBACP, BAAT, HCPC (Accred) Integrative Psychotherapist