I provide a range of counselling services tailored to meet diverse needs, including face-to-face, online, and telephone options. The duration of counselling can be customised based on individual preferences:

Short-Term Counselling

Typically spans 8-12 weeks.

Long-Term Therapy

Extends beyond 12 weeks to accommodate deeper exploration and support.

Time-Limited Counselling

Designed for past clients seeking periodic check-ins.

For established clients who have completed eight or more sessions and are facing logistical challenges, I offer the flexibility of telephone or online counselling. This ensures continued support even if proximity to my practice sites becomes an obstacle.

Your mental well-being is my priority, and I am committed to providing accessible and effective counselling services. If you have any questions or would like to discuss the best approach for your needs, feel free to reach out.

Speak to the Heart of the Problem or Emotion

Many of us will have periods in our lives when we will be struggling with certain life issues that are causing us distress and weighing us down. You may have been trying to deal with the problem on your own for a while and are no longer able to see the best way to deal with it or let the problem go.

It may be that you have become consumed by angry emotions or numbness because you feel unsupported by those close to you or they can no longer help you in the way you want to be helped. It may be that your decision is keeping you awake in the early hours, clouding your rationality and causing you to only feel bitterness and resentment, depleting the energy you need to live the rest of your life.

Finding yourself in this difficult headspace can only take you further away from the resolution you are seeking. Sitting with another person, who is impartial and not related to your problem can help to give you a new perspective on what you are facing. Psychotherapy and counselling can give you the space to unpack your issues.

Clients often say that it is simply having the room to breathe and speak their truth that allows for the shift in the issue to occur, helping them find new ways to live other aspects of their lives.

How does Susan Morgan Psychotherapy Work?

Welcome to a dedicated space where you can delve into the challenges you’re facing and gain fresh perspectives over time. This environment allows you to freely express your feelings without any constraints or the need to cater to others’ emotions. It serves as a platform for exploring how the current problem or issue is impacting your present life, and it might uncover past issues resurfacing and affecting you today.

Before we kick off regular therapy sessions, I conduct an initial consultation to assess the specific issues you’d like to address. During this 60-90 minute confidential meeting, we’ll get a sense of how we’ll collaborate in upcoming sessions.

In the consultation, we’ll thoroughly explore the challenges you’re facing, dedicating time to help you gain clarity on navigating the issue moving forward. I’ll also pose some questions to better understand various aspects of your life, such as family dynamics, relationships, and possibly your work life, providing valuable insights into your current situation.

Think of the consultation as a mapping exercise—often, we only truly grasp the terrain when we start navigating its paths.

Following the consultation, we’ll schedule your subsequent therapy sessions at a consistent time and day each week. However, I do recognise that life can bring changes, so we can remain flexible to adjust session times as needed.

Please note that I have a forty-eight-hour cancellation policy. Cancellations within this timeframe will incur the regular session fee unless an alternative slot, either at this site or another location, can be arranged in the same week to accommodate your schedule.

Who does Susan Morgan Psychotherapy Work With?

Individuals / One to One

As an Integrative Transpersonal Psychotherapist, I essentially provide what is seen as talking therapy. This means that the sessions allow clients to explore what has caused their emotional, psychological or behaviourial reaction to a problem or situation. Reactions such as these can often trigger a mood response from low mood to depression and anxiety, which can often coexist with depression. Anxiety can, however, exist as a condition on its own, which can be thought of as an unresolved perception to threat or uncertainty.

As a therapist, I listen out for what impacted you to become addicted, depressed, anxious, or experience a relationship breakdown. I listen to you. I encourage you to also listen to yourself and become mindful of the thoughts, feelings, and attitudes that have led you to where you are when you contact a therapist. I am curious about what has influenced your behaviour to react in the way it has; for example, why you have chosen to drink alcohol on a Monday evening after work when going for a walk would be a more thoughtful behaviour for your well-being.

While I am not a behaviourial therapist, our unconscious thoughts are what lead to our problematic behaviours, such as our compulsive eating habits, drinking alcohol excessively, or scrolling Instagram until 1 am and then feeling groggy and tired in the morning. All of these examples have an impact on your mental well-being. Talking about, exploring, and incrementally changing some of your behaviours can steadily motivate change.


I specialise in psychotherapy and counselling for couples aged 18 and above. Employing a Transpersonal Integrative Psychotherapeutic approach, my practice draws on various modalities. I predominantly use an Attachment theory-led model, guiding clients to comprehend the disconnections in intimacy, communication, and values within the relationship.

The goal is to explore whichever new difficulty the couple is navigating, providing them with additional tools for their journey, and rejuvenating the relationship.

Certificate in Therapy with Couples & Other Relationships received from The Grove Practice Ltd.

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