Susannah Newell Therapy
I am an integrative psychotherapist experienced in working with many issues. Through my work in private practice, low cost therapy services and at St. Christopher’s Hospice, I have experience working with various presenting issues.
Although I work with any problem, my particular interests and experience are in loss & bereavement; relationship issues; anxiety; men & women adjusting to pregnancy and parenthood or coping with miscarriage or abortion. Being a mother myself, I understand the highs, lows and monumental shift that parenthood brings and how useful therapy can be in the perinatal period and beyond. I've helped many people struggling with bereavement at the ground-breaking St. Christopher's Hospice, which founded palliative care in the UK.
Some counselling/psychology trainings don’t require mental health practitioners to have therapy themselves. My psychotherapy training did and the extensive therapy I myself have had not only helps me help you, the client, but also means I know exactly what it feels like to be in the client’s chair.
Always fascinated by what makes us tick, I took up studying psychology at the earliest opportunity. I worked as an Occupational Psychologist, granting me specialist experience in work-related issues and being in the Armed Forces. I later spent years in the travel industry before training and practising in psychotherapy. Nowadays I enjoy the privilege of travelling with my therapy clients around their inner workings and lives in order to together improve them.
UKCP-accredited MA/Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy & Counselling
BACP-accredited Diploma in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy
MSc Occupational Psychology
BA (Hons) Psychology
Through my work with St. Christopher's Hospice and Confer, I attend many further specialist trainings each year. I undertook my psychotherapy and counselling training at The Minster Centre, one of the leading integrative psychotherapy training institutes in Europe.
Professional Membership Bodies
I am a Qualified Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and in the process of becoming a Clinical Member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). I abide by their Codes of Ethics.
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