Counselling and pastoral accompaniment for Catholic clergy

Sue Horton

Contact Sue Horton

Mobile: 077-579-14797

Postcode: S9 3WU

Sue Horton

About me and what I can offer.

If you choose to contact me for support my main counselling approach focuses on Person Centred Counselling.  I do however bring in other elements of specific therapies in order to tailor sessions to suit each individual client.  During sessions I aim to value you as a person in your own right, offering you a safe space and time to talk without the fear of being judged.

As well as a counsellor I am also a practising Christian and my faith which is important to me, has definitely helped to shape the person I am.


I completed my Counselling training at Doncaster College and University Centre.  I am also currently studying counselling at degree level as I want to continue to grow as a therapist so that I can offer the best care possible to my clients.


Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills, Level 3 in Counselling Studies, Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, Counselling Tutor –  Online and Telephone Counselling.

I also have City & Guilds Level 3 in work with Parents and Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector, DMBC Domestic Abuse Awareness awards.  Various short courses including:  Preparing to work with Anger and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.


I currently work as a counsellor in a Secondary School providing one to one support to students and staff, I also offer group work and support for parents.  I have current working knowledge around supporting victims of domestic abuse specialising in whole family approach.

I have worked with adults and children who have experienced a wide range of issues such as depression, anxiety, bereavement, anger, self harm, low self esteem, relationship issues, emotional and physical abuse and traumatic life events.

Ethical Framework



Early Evenings and Saturday mornings


£40  – per 1 hour Session

Contact details

Mobile 07757914797