Meet Suzanne

NCS Senior Accredited, MBACP

Suzanne Eve is an Accredited Integrative Counsellor offering a therapeutic space to individuals with a wide range of personal, emotional and relationship issues. Providing a professional and confidential counselling service to both adults, young people and children in school. Flexible and affordable sessions are available.

In addition to my private practice, I am a lead counsellor working with clients using the NHS IAPT service and support a team of trainee and qualified counsellors. I also work across two primary schools in Croydon supporting children with social and emotional difficulties.

Managing daily struggles such as family commitments, relationship issues, anxiety, depression or maybe coming to terms with sexuality or gender identity – can be sometimes overwhelming. Making the time to share our worries in a safe and confidential space can be a welcome relief and enable us to explore ways of coping more effectively.

I believe we all have the capacity to find happiness and work towards positive goals in our lives. I‘ll strive to build a warm, trusting and collaborative relationship with you to explore your difficulties and establish the best way forward.


So, if you are looking to make changes and need a little help and support, please get in touch.

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Training & Qualifications

I am a Senior Accredited Registrant of the National Counselling Society (NCS) and I am a Registered Member of the BACP.

I hold a FdSc in Integrative Counselling and a BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Developing Counselling Skills.

Additional Training

·       Working with Bereavement

·       Making Sense of Self-Harm

·       Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

·       Psychosexual Therapy

·       Domestic Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence

·       Information Governance

·       Inside the Mind of Borderline Personality Disorder​

·       Online and Telephone Counselling

·       PREVENT

·       ​Safeguarding Adults Level 1 & 2

·       Safeguarding Children Level 1 & 2

·       Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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