Sue Haycroft recently started work as the new diocesan counsellor. Sue studied at the Westminster Pastoral Centre and Roehampton University, where she received her diploma in Psychological Counselling and has been an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy for ten years.
She has since studied at the Tavistock Centre and Wimbledon Guild covering issues such as eating disorders, attachment, self harm and "God in the Consulting Room".
Sue is a trained teacher and has taught and counselled in a variety of educational establishments. She has particular experience with adolescents, but has also worked extensively with adults in her private practice.