Adult Therapy

As Buddha once said, "All of life is suffering!"

That's hard to hear, but it does empower us that we are not alone!

YOU are not alone! 


If you struggle with parenting challenges, relationship conflict, addictive traits, overwhelm, anxiety, withdrawal, anger, emotional pain, worthlessness or the classic modern-day burnout, you have come to the right place!


Integrative trauma therapy is a beautiful opportunity to compassionately and gently begin to unravel circumstances, situations and events in your life that caused you to adapt to survival behaviour to keep you safe and therefore lose a part of your true authentic self.


Tragically today, many of us live in a high-stress state, which causes us to enter the fight, flight or freeze response. Unconscious hypervigilance and low-lying anxiety then cause us to adopt unhealthy behaviour and/or the need for external sources to numb, dull, avoid or release our pain.  With props in place such as alcohol, consumerism, overwork, exercise addiction, social media addiction and so on, we get our instant fix of serotonin, dopamine or adrenaline, but long term, causes us depression, auto-immune problems and sickness, and a breakdown in all areas of wellbeing. 

In addition, the unconscious behaviours we adopted to survive tragedy, pain and fear in earlier life also become the obstacles today that interfere with relationships, work, family, communication, and getting our needs met.

That's where it helps to understand the role of your Autonomic Nervous System (ANS), connect with your physiological stress response, integrate a variety of 'client-centred' therapeutic modalities, and break the unhealthy coping strategies that can ruin your life.

With years of experience working with adults and teens - Sue's integrative therapy programme is well known for not just 'talking the talk' but activating change and creating lasting empowered growth. Renowned for her compassion, she is inspirational in working with business individuals, family dynamics, personal challenges, training institutions, teachers and trauma survivors.


Sessions are 60-minutes and are offered weekly.