Sue Lindsay, Senior Lecturer

Sue Lindsay

Senior Lecturer

Sue Lindsay is a dual qualified youth and community worker and counsellor and psychotherapist with a long history of engaging with service users clients and students so they can reach their full potential.

Sue has extensive experience of working with local authorities and voluntary organisations in both youth and community and counselling and psychotherapy settings.
Her academic research underpinning these professions is centred on anti-discriminatory practice, transcultural counselling and identity.

As a course leader she is passionate about ensuring all students maximise their potential and have a positive experience through ensuring they are supported and connected with throughout their studies.

Current Teaching

BSc (Hons) Counselling and Mental Health

  • Transcultural Practice.
  • Human Growth and Development.
  • Engaging, Communicating and Counselling Skills
  • Relational Frameworks
  • Anti-Oppressive Practice
  • Research Interests

    Sue's primary research interest is identity formation and the relational impact withing counselling and psychotherapy. She has a publication record proporting the inclusion of transferable skills and approaches from youth and community work into counselling.

    She has a sociological background and therefore has a keen interest in researching the impact of socially constructed identies and how these are understood within the counselling profession.
    Sue Lindsay, Senior Lecturer

    Ask Me About

    1. Counselling
    2. Mental Health
    3. Youth Justice
    4. Community