She has a background in working within the education sector and has worked with children, young people and ‘grown-ups’ for her entire working life. Her passion is about helping every person, whatever their age, to be the very best they can be.
Sue’s fundamental belief is that we all deserve to be as ‘well’ as possible. When our physical, mental, emotional and spirtual health are in a good condition, we function better throughout all areas of our life.
Sue’s experience in life, work and her many professional qualifications give her a unique skillset to support people in understanding wellbeing and how to take proactive – and sometimes courageous – steps to becoming a stronger, healthier and more self assured person.
Sue uses her expertise to help people move forwards in their lives by setting and achieving personal goals. She helps people find solutions to move away from the negatives in their lives (eg, anxiety, overwhelm, frustration, exhaustion, fear, impatience) to the positives (eg, confidence, resilience, motivation, purpose, self-care) – and above all, a happier life.