Hi, I'm Sue
For many years I’ve been supporting people in adapting to different changes in their lives. Talking to someone is very helpful and I am here to listen.
Stresses of everyday life in these times can be very difficult, and reaching out to talk to someone is your step first towards gaining a sense of control and purpose in your life.
It would be a privilege to help you identify your challenges and support you working towards a more fulfilling and meaningful life for yourself.
Sue's ready to help you improve your mental health.
Sue has completed a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Psychology and Linguistics; a Bachelor of Education; and Bachelor of Science (Honours). She went on to complete the 2-year Master of Psychology degree, Educational and Developmental. She is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS). Sue has training and experience using several evidence-based approaches with adults, including Brief Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Sue has experience working with many people of different ages across the lifespan, children, adolescents, and adults - including ‘seniors’. The diverse range of challenges she has provided support and counselling for include people with work and relationship issues; helping parents find joy in their relationship with their children, including those with behavioural difficulties or medical and disability concerns.
She has also worked with adults who are new to Australia with different cultural and language backgrounds; expats experiencing adjustment challenges, and indigenous adults. She has also provided counselling and support to senior high school students for career guidance, and to proactively help them manage stresses and anxiety.
Areas of experience
Learn more about the various mental health challenges that Sue can help you with.