Sue has worked in training, coaching and psychotherapy for over 30 years. She also has extensive experience in the corporate world, particularly in IT. In her former career as Capability Development and Change Manager with a major banking corporation, she combined her IT skills with change management expertise to deliver restructuring initiatives as well as staff development and training programmes.
She holds a degree in Computer Science from Trinity College Dublin, a Masters in Cognitive Science from University College Dublin, and a Masters in Human Givens Psychotherapy from Nottingham Trent University.
She is a Fellow of the Human Givens Institute and a Human Givens Supervisor, and is a former Chair of the HGI Registration and Professional Standards Committee.
She has fully embraced the Human Givens approach as practical, effective and common sense framework to understand ourselves and our emotional health. In 2012 she established the Dublin Human Givens Centre, where she runs a well-established private practice and delivers one-to-one therapy, coaching, training and workshops.
Sue is also a Human Givens Tutor delivering the HG Diploma training on behalf of the Human Givens College.