Everything changed for Sue after she survived a light aircraft crash. It made her face up to her mortality and catapulted her onto a profound healing journey. For the past twenty years she has been helping people to transform their relationship with mortality through her end-of-life research, workshops and books on spirituality, consciousness, death and dying.
Sue has an MA in the Rhetoric and Rituals of Death (King Alfreds, Winchester) and a second MA in Creative Writing (Oxford Brookes). For many years she worked at a therapist, specialising in trauma, end of life issues, bereavement and grief. Currently she hosts several Death Cafes a year, and focuses on her work as a writer, speaker and facilitator.
Over the past few years Sue has become increasingly aware of the shifts and changes that are happening to our planet. This prompted her to write her latest book, Living Fully, Dying Consciously.
Sue offers one-to-one sessions mentoring sessions at home in Wiltshire or via Skype, which help clients to connect with their purpose and how their life journey is unfolding.
She also offers support sessions for people who want to talk about the changes that our world is currently experiencing and who may be struggling with fear and confusion. ‘It was very helpful to talk things through. Sue helped me to see a higher perspective and where my place is within it.’ Penny, London
Mentoring sessions are an hour, and cost £45.00. To book an appointment, please get in contact