Sue Starr Clinical Therapist

It is estimated that 1 in 6 adults each week will experience a mental health problem.  Mixed anxiety and depression problems account for one fifth of sick days in the UK.  What cannot be measured is the emotional impact on the individual themselves, with the added ripple effect on their families and friends.

In 2017 the Government produced a green paper highlighting the importance of tackling mental health in the UK. Recognising that from an early age, people suffer needlessly, without realising that a range of different support is available.

The NHS recommend the use of a range of therapies including hypnotherapy, CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and more; recognising the value in talking therapies as a replacement or supplement to traditional medicated options.

However, the NHS resource can be limited and waiting times are rarely as short as what the patients require and that is where independent clinical therapists can be invaluable.

Sue Starr has been an established therapist since 2012 and has worked with clients of all ages, backgrounds and conditions.  Anxiety, depression, weight loss, phobia, eating problems, quit smoking – there is an almost endless list of challenges that people face and have sometimes struggled with for years.

When the time is right for a person to want to make a change to their world, then sometimes the hardest thing to do is to make that first step.  That’s why we treat every enquiry with the upmost sensitivity and confidentiality.

Once that first step is made, then that is often the stimulus for a real improvement in your life.