Sue Armstrong

BACP Registered Counsellor

About me

In periods of doubt and stress, we can feel intensely lonely. We can lose our way. Sometimes we can find it hard to believe anything could be different.

As an integrative practitioner, my work is grounded in psychodynamic, humanistic, body and arts based psychotherapy. I offer a safe, connected space in which we can think creatively - find our hope - for something different, something new, something more.

In this space we deliberately slow down, so we can notice you. There will be the opportunity to bring yourself just as you are, and you will be heard, you will be seen, you will be accepted for who you are. This can be deeply healing and validating.

We enter into a conversation, we will talk about your present day life, but we may also look at how past experiences have shaped how you are today. We will look to understand your distress, however that manifests, in problems in relationships, stress at work, addictions, feelings of not belonging, to name but a few.

I specialise in helping you realign your thoughts, feelings (sometimes lack of) and ways of behaving so they feel more concordant. Central to my work is the offering to find a tenderness towards yourself and your experiences. In this self acceptance a re-balancing happens which offers the possibility for change, growth, and healing.

We start walking with 'our own grain', and find a peace in ourselves. We can step into feeling our own vitality and spontaneity much more readily. We can open up new ways of relating to others. We can access the possibility of more spontaneous and creative ways of responding to life's complex, ever shifting demands.

I practice in Pimlico on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and look forward to hearing from you if any of what you have read resonates with you. Let's start a conversation about how it would feel to work together.

Training and qualification

BA (Hons) Combined Social Sciences and Diploma in Social Work/Certificate of Qualification in Social Work (Keele University)
Post Graduate Certificate in the Therapeutic Arts (Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education/University of East London)
Diploma in Integrative Counselling (Minster Centre/Middlesex University)

Professional affiliation:

The Relational School

Contact details

Phone number: 07494146992

Works with

Individuals, Young People


Tuesday, Thursday


Although Therapport Limited, the owner of the practice, is thorough in checking the qualifications, insurance and professional registration of each of our practitioners, the relationship is ultimately between the client and the practitioner themselves. Therapport Limited provides space for clinicians and is not responsible for the clinical work they provide. Sue Armstrong is a BACP Registered Counsellor, therefore the complaints should be direct to British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.