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"We may not be responsible for the world that created our minds, but we can take responsibility for the mind with which we create our world.”


Dr Gabor Mate

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I'm Sue Ivey, a qualified and accredited counsellor with over 20 years’ experience, providing confidential and compassionate counselling sessions for individuals and couples. I offer this, either from my comfortable consulting room in Hook near Basingstoke, or online for those who prefer this or who live or work outside of the area.


May I encourage you to take that first step with me today?

There is no charge for the initial one hour session.


To find out more about me, please click HERE or please contact me:

07866 014295 

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Are you feeling troubled, distressed or even confused by relationship difficulties, life transitions, crises, helplessness, grief, isolation, anxiety, depression or loss of direction? You may be feeling that you are carrying unbearable responsibilities, burdened with worries about children or other family issues, repeating relationship patterns or difficulties in relating to people. Talking to a professional counsellor in a secure, confidential and non-judgemental environment, can enable you to understand yourself better, make your situation more manageable and lead to lasting behavioural change. Counselling is a collaborative process which offers you a space to explore and challenge emotional difficulties that you may feel unable to share with friends or family. Daring to be vulnerable with another person can feel daunting but it holds the key to lasting personal change. 


At the beginning of the pandemic, I moved my face-to-face practice to fully online work. All of my clients gave me positive feedback about their online experience, reporting no significant loss of contact, value or rapport in our work.


Subsequent to the pandemic, I have continued to offer face-to-face counselling for those who prefer it. 

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I undertake at least 100 hours of Continuous Professional Development training per year to augment my knowledge and stay abreast of new research, in the field of psychotherapy and mental health.


I am committed to safe and professionally accountable practice. I adhere to the ethics and standards of my professional body, the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists), which requires regular supervision and ongoing professional and personal development through attendance at regular training seminars.



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I cannot recommend Sue’s therapy enough. With the help of Sue, my life looks very different now to when I began.
I am a much happier person, I no longer have panic attacks whenever I go too far from home, and that is down to the work we have done together, honestly it’s changed my life.
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Robyn Watson

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