a space where you can talk, reflect and move forward in your life
Something about me:
I am a clinical psychologist and systemic therapist with over 20 years of experience in the UK and internationally.
I completed my training as a clinical psychologist at the University of East London in 1994. Since then I have continued to develop my skills by training as a systemic psychotherapist, becoming an EMDR practitioner, completing many short courses; and working in a range of settings, and with a wide variety of client groups in the NHS and privately.
I have also worked internationally, running a private practice and developing psychosocial support programmes for people living with HIV through Médecins Sans Frontières and Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
I offer therapy for a wide range of difficulties including anxiety, depression, trauma, sexual abuse, bereavement, long term health conditions, adjustment issues, gender issues, sexuality, and self esteem. See more information on this on the types of difficulty page.
In addition to psychotherapy, I offer EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing), which can be used to heal past traumas and a range of other difficulties. To find out more about my way of working, go to the about therapy page.
I currently only offer appointments during usual office hours.
Dr. Sue Gibbons, C.Psychol,
I am a signatory to the Galveston Declaration of Values,
signed up to by therapists and collaborative practitioners worldwide.
This states my commitment to the values of pluralism (rather than singularity),
flux (rather than static states), opening space (rather than closing space) and taking responsibility.