Susan Hoddell

Sue has extensive experience of working with people with mental health issues, learning disabilities and with Autistic spectrum disorder. as well as being a clinical psychologist she is a fully qualified family therapist and uses a wide range or therapeutic tools to help individuals, couples and families address and resolve their problems. her approach uses the skills and resilience of the individuals to make the therapy a partnership and to help people to take on board the skills they need to help themselves.

She also works with people who are considering making an Advanced Decision (living will), helping them to think about the what they may want to include or address in the document and how they might discuss and share this with family and friends.

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