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psychologist specialising in wellbeing and stress management

Psychologist specialising in wellbeing and stress management

Suzy answers your questions on wellbeing, happiness, stress, loss and change.

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Suzy is a coaching psychologist specialising in wellbeing, stress management and facilitation of healthy lifestyle change with over 13 years of experience.

She holds a B. Psychology (Hons) degree from the University of Sydney and a M. Psychology (Org) degree from the University of New South Wales, Australia, is a certified yoga teacher, and a qualified personal trainer.

Her coaching is informed by Positive Psychology, the Mindfulness Tradition, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Suzy offers an integrated approach to wellbeing: nurturing head, heart and body, and is passionate about teaching tools of self-care to help people weather and recover from periods of stress, loss, grief and change.

Suzy’s unique self-care framework also emphasises goal setting, values and purpose, taking her clients beyond just an absence of ill-heath and towards a state of flourishing where they become the people they aspire to be.

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Email: suzy@suzyreading.co.uk
Website: www.suzyreading.co.uk

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jerry123

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I feel de-personalised and not the person I'm supposed to be, everything seems unreal. Is it a side effect of being on antidepressants (citalopram)?

1 reply , 3 views jerry123, United Kingdom - Mon, 31 Oct 2016

Tommy

stress

My job is really stressing me out, I want to leave and start my own business but my wife doesn't work as she looks after our 2 children. I feel trapped in a job I no longer have any passion for. I feel like I need courage to make the jump but I don't want to fail and end up in financial hardship.

1 reply , 8 views Tommy, Herts Valley - Wed, 7 Sep 2016

Helen

Stress and mindfulness

Hi, I've read that 'mindfulness' is really good for stress relief but not sure what this means exactly , is this something you can help with please?

1 reply , 21 views Helen, herts - Fri, 12 Aug 2016

Emma

Stressed and anxious

I'm feeling stressed and anxious. What can I do to feel more relaxed?

1 reply , 7 views Emma, Enfield - Wed, 10 Aug 2016

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