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Sue Firth – Associate & Psychologist, Expert Speaker & Coach

Sue Firth is a business psychologist, stress expert and a leading authority on ‘stress and managing change’. She is also a specialist in helping CEOs and senior executives manage stress, from an individual and group perspective. As an international speaker and presenter Sue regularly appears in the media and has featured as a guest expert on ITV’s This Morning and BBC Panorama.

Sue aims to make a difference to the way people think and teaches how to moderate habits to reduce any difficulties while maintaining effectiveness. With extensive experience in consulting at strategic level for both the management of change and the implementation of stress programmes to support employees, she is well placed to offer insight into how organisations can help their people handle life better in changing circumstances.

As a Psychologist Sue has developed a number of skills, principally observation and analysis of human behavioural patterns. Throughout the course of her work she builds confidence in individuals by removing negative thoughts and changing long-held damaging self-belief traits. Her workshops on ‘Change’ emphasise the important part the top team play in supporting initiatives regarding change and how they benefit from working better together as a team prior to implementing recommended tools and tips. Her refreshing style is engaging, motivating, sensitive and down-to-earth, and her techniques unsurpassed. Sue helps individuals and businesses become more productive, purposeful, successful and profitable.

She works with a number of high-profile corporate clients including National Grid plc, Vodafone, Legal & General Assurance, Ridgeons Ltd, Seddon Construction, and in the past Sun Microsystems, and British Aerospace. Sue practices in Surrey and The Private Therapy Clinic at Number 2, Harley Street.
Sue is a member of the British Psychological Society and The Health Professions Council. Her book, ‘More Life – Less Stress; A practical guide to increasing well-being and staying sane in a mad world!’ is available from all major bookstores and Amazon.co.uk.

Our Guest blog by Sue firth

Men and mental health – are men more emotional than women?

 

 

In her own words

"I have always been passionate about people and supporting their mental health, but adjusting your thinking takes time and a lot of discipline to make a difference to well-being. My work with Adele has always concentrated on the combined vision we have to heal and support their nutrition, physical and mental health, thereby fixing them more quickly."