“Sue is amazing and you can’t fail to be inspired and motivated by her. I left the workshop fired up and with some great ideas to help me to move forward”
“She stayed totally focussed, non-judgemental and asked the brilliant questions that created some profound breakthroughs”
“It’s hard to put into words just how much Sue helped me move forward and I now have strategies in place to help me through the ‘black’ times”
Sue is an extra-ordinary listener and in a league of her own. Caring, skilled, insightful and one hundred percent dedicated to help you unlock your full potential.
Helps you to break overwhelming problems down into bite size, manageable chunks
Real empowerment she gives powerful tools for clients to help themselves
Sue creates exactly the right ‘can do’ attitude and a lasting ‘should do’ attitude
“Just like the Daleks I have a problem with stairs and convention”
Sue runs facilitates fun, lively, interactive monthly meetings & workshops dealing with the emotional issues of acquired conditions & disability. Not only for the person with the condition but carers, family & friends.
In November 2009 Sue started running workshops on emotional coping strategies, ‘disability, and how to survive it’ program, called ‘Lifegeta’ dealing with the plateau reached by many people after sudden disability & diagnosis – (please read the ‘What’s Lifegeta ‘ page if you are interested in this)
To be Confirmed Held at Westmill Community Centre in Hitchin Herts 7-9pm Cost £3 (to cover outgoings non-profit)