Sue Beaney Edwards believes in valuing every person’s unique attempts to make life liveable.
Sue said, “Sometimes we don’t feel we are achieving this and that is when it is important, with help, to risk looking at what could be done differently.
“I trained in humanistic counselling and have a Masters Degree in Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling. I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and am on the register of the UK Council for Psychotherapy.”
Sue can help you with:
Depression Anxiety and Panic Attacks Bereavement Anger Relationship Problems Domestic Abuse Family breakdown Suicidal feelings Addictions Low Self Esteem School Difficulties.
Perhaps you have lost someone through bereavement or separation; become anxious or depressed due to the constant pressures of life in the twenty first century, are worried that your relationship is breaking down, or that your anger is getting out of control.
Sue can provide you with a safe space to take time out. Together you can explore your difficulties, ask those awkward questions and find new meaning and purpose in your life.
Get in touch with Sue to find out more.