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Psychodynamic, Cognitive Analytic (CAT) & EMDR Psychotherapist & Supervisor - contact - 07929 418689

Sue Yabsley

Psychodynamic, Cognitive Analytic (CAT) & EMDR Psychotherapist & Supervisor

Affiliated Member of Resolution

Qualifications: BSc (Hons) Psychology – Cert Ed – Dip Psychodynamic Therapy – Cognitive Analytic Psychotherapy – EMDR practitioner – Supervision

Accreditation and registered: UKCP, ACAT, Resolution

Availability: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

Tel: 01823 271076 / 07929 418689 – Email:

Sue is an experienced senior therapist with a particular interest in generational and complex trauma. Sue offers short and long term therapies for adolescents, young people and adults, both one to one, in couples or pairs and family groups.

Sue has worked in senior management in education so brings experience of workplace stress and anxiety and also the view of young people. Transitional experience for young people can be difficult and disruptive to life and relationships; talking with a professional outside the school or home environment can provide an opportunity to understand difficult thoughts and feelings and often prevent a deepening of unhelpful procedures and relational experience.
Sue worked within the NHS as a psychotherapist in secondary care mental health; and now in private practice. Sue is highly experienced in using Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and EMDR. This intervention is time limited and works collaboratively to address early or previous life difficulties and how they continue to enact or disrupt present life choices and relationships

Sue is a Trustee for ACAT with particular responsibility for Continuing Professional Development (CPD). She also runs a counselling service for Clergy and their families needing emotional and psychological intervention. She is Vice Chair of Association for Anglican Counselling (APC) which works with Clergy & their Families needing therapy.

Sue is governed by the HCPC (Health Care Professionals Council) Codes of Conduct and is accredited by UKCP and Resolution.