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Sue Mort Counselling

Aberkenfig, Bridgend county borough, Vale of Glamorgan

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Nearly all of us at some time in our lives need a little help to deal with life's challenges. As an integrative counsellor/life coach, my role is to provide a confidential, safe space where a therapeutic relationship can be cultivated allowing the client to explore their thoughts and feelings and enabling them to make any changes they feel appropriate.

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25 January 2021

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6 November 2017

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Very good face to face sessions in a relaxing environment. Extremely helpful.

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Being able to help someone to boost their self-esteem, to reach their full potential, to emerge from the debilitating darkness of depression, to escape the constraints of anxiety, to cope with the devastation of bereavement, or to overcome the painful effects of trauma (both recent and past) is hugely rewarding.

Unfortunately, it seems that waiting lists for counselling are often extremely long, and so there seemed a need for such a service. This combined with the fact that I am passionate about helping people, whether in distress or just needing a little support, inspired me to embark on a career in private practice.

I hold the Diploma in Counselling, BA (Hons) - 1st class - in Counselling and Psychology, and ASIST (suicide intervention) trained. I originally came to counselling in 1997 volunteering with both the Samaritans (Bridgend) and Cruse Cymru (Neath/Port Talbot). I studied for the Certificate in Counselling Skills at the University of Wales College Newport in 1998-99, and then later attained my Diploma in Counselling Theory and Practice with Well Training Ltd, Swansea. The practical component of the diploma was conducted at a local GP's practice and a drug and alcohol harm reduction agency and this experience is proving invaluable now. 

I abide by the ethical guidelines of the BACP, of which I am a member. I am also an accredited professional registrant member of the National Counselling Society and have public liability insurance with Howdens. As stipulated by these bodies, I continue to undergo regular professional supervision where I receive guidance and support from a highly qualified practitioner.

More importantly though, I see the work I do not just as a job, but as a vocation, offering confidential, caring counselling.