Sue Bolam Relationship Therapy Online

Sale price$110.00 USD

Sue knows that relationships are complex, so sustaining safe, meaningful connections with loved ones is a valuable relationship skill that Sue supports clients to develop.

Sue is a couples counsellor based in Ellerslie Auckland

Safe Communication, Cross-cultural Issues, Attachment, Anxiety, Depression, Central Auckland PGDip Couns Theory, TEAL Cert, BBus, Member of New Zealand Association of Counsellors 

Sue is an experienced counsellor, working with both individuals and families through roles in student counselling, post-natal depression, migrant support, lifeline and private practice.

Sue has trained in Gottman Method therapy and PORT (Presence Oriented Relationship Therapy), and combines these evidence-based approaches with an active form of counselling, which is centred around the client. Her person-centred therapy facilitates clients’ growth and fulfilment. Her previous 15 years of tutoring migrants has given her a good appreciation of the challenges faced by those migrating to New Zealand.

Sue practices therapy because she believes everyone needs to know they have a voice that is heard, realise they are not alone and experience the immense comfort of being understood. She wants couples to feel a deeper sense of connection and safety.

Sue's strengths, developed from her life experiences with a diverse range of people, are:

  • A commitment to helping clients meet their goals
  • Flexibility to adjust to clients’ individual needs and an openness to learn
  • Cross cultural understanding and communication
  • ADHD, Autism family support
  • Migrant support
  • Depression – thinking & lifestyle pattern, recovery programs
  • Post-natal depression
  • Outreach Pet Therapy at schools, dementia units and retirement villages
  • Animal Assisted Education Reading Programme

Work with Sue in person