Sue Harding is the principal counsellor at Lindaris Counselling. She is a fully qualified counsellor trained in many therapeutic approaches and has over 20 years’ experience. Sue has a Diploma in Community Services, a Diploma in Counselling and specialist training in couple therapy. She is a registered member of the Australian Counselling Association.
Before Sue established Lindaris Counselling, she worked in various counselling roles. Sue began her career gathering valuable skills, knowledge, and experience working as a generalist counsellor, before specialising as a sexual assault counsellor and later as a drug and alcohol counsellor. For the past 10 years Sue has focused on family relationship and couple counselling. She has worked with a variety of clients - women, men, young people, the elderly, couples, parents, families and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Sue is committed to ongoing professional training which provides her with the most up-to-date knowledge and skills to be most effective in responding to client needs.
Lindaris Counselling offers a range of services that can help you with personal, relationship or family issues.