About the Therapist
Dr Susannah Grant
As a psychologist, I work collaboratively with clients and draw on different models of therapy I have trained in. This allows us to work together to find a way forward that best suits your hopes for therapy at this point in your life.
I appreciate that finding a therapist to work with can feel daunting - a free consultation call gives you the chance to discuss your individual needs, and find out if I can help you. I provide both short and longer term therapy and offer a limited number of lower fee options. Online and in-person sessions are available.
To arrange a free 15 minute phone consultation or an initial session, please email me and we can set up a convenient time to talk further. At an initial session, we'll talk about what brings you to therapy now, what you hope to gain from your sessions, and when and how often we plan to meet.
- Bi- | Pansexual
I have 10+ years experience working in the field of mental health and well-being including working with people who are struggling with:
- anxiety (social, performance, generalised)
- compulsive sexual behaviours (individuals and partners)
- sexual identity
- physical health
- life transitions (including relationships; onset of illness; parenting; relocating; age; GSRD)
- relationships (including non-consensual non-monogamy; disclosures; mixed-orientation relationships; CNM; communication breakdown; crossroads & life transitions)
- relational trauma (including within the context of the impact of attending boarding school; compulsive sexual behaviour and adult relationships)
- work related stress and burnout
I am warm, relational, trauma-informed, and affirmative. I am GSRD trained, a Pink Therapy Mentor and a chapter contributor to the new Pink Therapy Manual, published in 2023.
I have previously provided psychological therapy in the NHS, private and charitable sectors to adults, couples, and children. I have additional professional experience in the area of employee wellbeing and my experience in the personal development field spans 20 years.
We all face difficult points in our lives. Seeking professional help can be supportive whilst we are in the midst of such times, lessen the time we spend feeling stuck, enable long lasting change. Working with a psychologist can help you make sense of the difficulties you currently face, understand what has been preventing you from moving forward, and help you find ways to move forward towards improved wellbeing, improved relationships with yourself and others, and improved ability to engage in daily life. Ultimately, therapy aims to equip you to support yourself after therapy has ended, and live a meaningful and engaged life.
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Couple therapy
- GSRD therapy
- Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS)
- Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy
- Relationship therapy
- Solution Focused Brief Therapy
- Ace | Asexual
- BDSM | Kink
- Bi- | Pansexual
- Non-binary | Genderqueer
- One to one
- Two people
- No adaptation
- Seniors (60+)
Initial phone consultation - no cost (15-20 minutes)
- £125-95 (reduced fees depending on individual circumstances and availability)
Relationship & Couples therapy
- £150-135 (reduced fees depending on individual circumstances and availability)
Limited number of spaces for trainee psychologists, therapists and counsellors requiring therapy as part of training
- £65 per 50 minute session
Insurance company requests accepted (Aviva, WPA, AXA)
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