Sue Goodwin has an absolute belief that anyone can change their lives for the better and that some just need a little help finding the best route. She has successfully worked with clients suffering a number of difficulties, with an age range of ten to seventy years old.
Sue chaired Croydon's Domestic Violence Joint Planning Team for several years and has worked with domestic violence survivors, as well as with people currently in an abusive relationship. Sue also runs training courses on a number of topics, such as: creative-problem solving, team-building, child protection, communication and building self-esteem.
Sue uses a number of change management and creative problem-solving tools and techniques in her therapy work, as well as coaching her clients in these useful skills.
The sessions normally last for between 1 and 1 and a half hours and clients are sent/emailed notes of each session. Sue generally asks her clients to agree to complete some tasks between sessions and has developed a number of information/exercise sheets to support her clients as they tackle the changes they need and want to make.
Sue's charges are not fixed but depend upon each client's own financial circumstances. She works within the HGI's ethics policy and is involved in a qualitative research project to provide evidence of the effectiveness of working with human givens.
Sue has an Enhanced Disclosure from the CRB.