Finding a safe home within
I offer retreats and courses integrating Buddhist meditation and psychotherapy, drawing on the wisdom of Buddhist psychology. Through a combination of meditation (including mindfulness and metta), self-reflection and psychological inquiry, these powerful practices and teachings deepen our awareness of the present moment and develop a more compassionate relationship to ourselves and others.
Although I am not currently offering long-term individual psychotherapy to new clients, I do offer limited individual sessions to those attending my courses and retreats.
Half-day, Day-long & Family Retreats
A taste of the silent retreat experience which allows newcomers to find out more about this approach and regulars to deepen their practice in a nurturing group setting.
Family half-day retreats for parents and their children introduce meditation and Buddhist teachings in an accessible way.
Ranging from 1 to 9 nights, these retreats are held in contemplative silence and framed within a psychological understanding.
Short, individual sessions and listening and talking meditations provide deeper insight through dialogue with Sue. Suitable for newcomers and experienced meditators.
I offer CPD accredited group sessions for health, mental health and allied health professionals and others interested as well as 6 week Open the Heart and Still the Mind courses integrating meditation and Buddhist psychology, when time allows.
No previous experience of psychotherapy or meditation is required.