Sue Mulvoy UKCP(accred)

Systemic Psychotherapist

Sue Mulvoy is a Systemically trained psychotherapist, who has had many years

experience working with couples and families as well as individuals. Sue has worked extensively with children throughout her career.


 Sue has worked with people from a wide variety of

backgrounds and contexts who present with an array of different problems and difficulties over the past 30 years. Sue has worked within the NHS and private settings.


Sue has a special interest in working with families who have children with learning disabilities, and has additional skills in working with families who have children with eating disorders.


Sue tends to work within a '12 session model', or within an open ended model, but all decisions surrounding the duration of sessions

 will be agreed with the client at the assessment session. 

Long term therapy is also available.

Face to face sessions are held in Worthing, West Sussex and in Haywards Heath, Mid Sussex.  

Sessions are 50 minutes long.



Training, qualifications and experience:​

MSc Systemic Psychotherapy - Tavistock and Portman, London


Registered Nurse Learning Disabilities


Member Organisations

UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) 


Areas of Psychotherapy Sue deals with:

Abuse

Addiction(s)

Anger management

Anxiety

Bereavement

Bullying

Depression

Domestic violence

Family issues

Loneliness

Low self-confidence

Low self-esteem

Miscarriage

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

Phobias

Relationship issues

Self-harm

Stress

Suicidal thoughts

Trauma

Work-related stress

Fees

£50 per 50 minute 1:1 session 


£75 per 50 min Couples session


£75 per 50 min Family session


£35 for all 999 personnel, based upon 12 session model




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