Susanne Gilmour

Susanne Gilmour, Psychologist, has 18 years experience working with children, adolescents and their families in educational settings.  She has been in management and involved in staffing matters, counselling staff, resolving conflict and managing critical incidents in the workplace.

Susanne provides educational /psychological assessments for children, adolescents and adults.  She has a particular interest in helping school age children and adults with strategies to manage a variety of specific learning difficulties, including ADHD and high-functioning autism spectrum disorders.   She is experienced in supporting and developing strategies for optimum psychological functioning in children, teenagers and adults.  Susanne has many years of  experience in counselling to help with a broad spectrum of issues that include

  • stress,
  • anxiety,
  • depression,
  • learning difficulties and
  • giftedness.

She also helps with

  • parenting,
  • family breakdown,
  • cross-cultural issues,
  • workplace issues,
  • critical incident management,
  • loss and grieving,
  • career changes and
  • making decisions to  managing life changes for optimum well-being.

Therapeutic strategies used are evidence-based and include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy, Schema therapy, Neuropsychotherapy , and Narrative therapy.  Susanne also teaches relaxation and mindfulness techniques to improve overall mental health.

Susanne writes blogs about psychological issues and treatment and these can be viewed by clicking the links below

Anorexia – Susanne Gilmour

Neuropsychotherapy and the treatment of anxiety and depression – Susanne Gilmour

Recognising the potential for domestic violence – Susanne Gilmour

Traumatic Grief – Susanne Gilmour