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An independent therapist with wide working experience

Services provided:
  • Time Limited and Open Ended Therapy
  • Psychoanalytic and Integrative approaches
  • Agency and NHS referrals undertaken

Refugee Work

Additionally, Susan has a current educational role in working with refugee and asylum seeking children, young people and families and is experienced in understanding, from a therapeutic view, the implications of a residue and legacy of trauma, which may be implicit for many of those who have arrived in the UK , fleeing political or religious persecution. Susan currently has a role as supervisor within a therapy service specifically addressing the needs of asylum seeking and refugee status persons

In 2006, Susan read a short paper as participant in a workshop:

‘Researching Migration and Mental Health’ Compas-University of Oxford Centre for Population Studies, entitled ‘Women, Terror and Survival - in a Patriarchal Society’ based on her experiences of working with the residue of the atrocities of the Balkans war.

She is familiar with working through an interpreter when necessary.










 




















 

 

 

 


 

Practices:

Practices in Central London and the New Forest, (Hampshire/ Dorset borders), Convenient for Southampton/Bournemouth and surrounding areas. Experienced in working through interpreters

Therapy offered for a wide range of psychological issues, including: Personal issues, Relationships, Work issues, Loss, Bereavement; as well as Intercultural and Refugee issues: Trauma, Political/ Organisational Violence.