Sue is a Psychotherapist and Counsellor with over 32 years experience. For the past 12 years she has specialized in Parent-Infant Psychotherapy.
Being with, and caring for, babies and young children can be a delight but it can also be baffling, frustrating, infuriating, depressing or distressing – in other words it can stir up big, difficult feelings in parents and caregivers.
Sue’s focus is on working with you and the child or children in your care, to help you think about ‘What is Really Going On Here?’
By paying attention together to the emotional world of little ones, Sue aims to awaken curiosity and understanding to support your efforts, not just to manage difficult behaviour but to positively nurture and guide each unique child’s growth and development, particularly the vital development of emotional regulation and resilience.
Nurturing secure relationships between parents and their infants underpins all Sue’s work and her gentle, supportive approach will help you to find more enjoyment and delight in caring for the babies and small children in your life.
Sue is available for individual Parent-Infant Therapy, and also offers consultations (including Reflective Supervision) with staff at Early Childhood and Child Care Services where Inclusion Support is available for children with additional needs.
She is a Senior Facilitator for Mother-Baby Nurture Groups in Gosnells and Fremantle.
Sue Coleson 0409 885 130
BA (Hons) Social Administration
Adv. Dip. Psychotherapy and Counselling
Advanced Training in Infant Mental Health