Systemic Psychotherapist & Family Therapist
Sue Whiteley is a UKCP registered systemic psychotherapist and AFT Systemic Supervisor who specialises in working with families to help find answers to problems with the whole system rather than focusing on the individual. Sue works therapeutically with individuals, couples and families always keeping in mind the wider system. The overarching goal of Sue’s work is to improve communication and encourage better relationships and understanding of each other. Sue has worked in a number of different CAMHS settings over the last few years and have lots of experience working with children, young people and adults, individually and together. Sue has also worked for private sector and charitable organisations. Sue’s areas of expertise are Systemic therapy working with depression, self harm anxiety, eating disorders and foster and adoptive parents. Sue is also trained in Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP) and brings this approach in to her work.