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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 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.