I’m Sue Cater, Course Leader on the Advanced Diploma in Counselling and a trainer on the introductory courses. I did my counselling training with Network some years ago, and found it to be a life-enhancing and enriching experience. My background is in further education and youth work, which included a focus on working with people with learning difficulties.
Alongside my training work, I have a small counselling and supervision practice, and one of my particular interests lies in working with people who have life-limiting health conditions. I have two dogs and enjoy taking them for long walks – especially when there is somewhere to stop along the way for coffee and cake.
I’m Anne Duke, Head of Training at Network and trainer on our Introductory Courses and a trainer of our external Listening Courses. I have worked with Network since 2016 although worked as a volunteer Counsellor and Supervisor for many years before. Being a Graduate of Network Counselling courses myself, I know the courses we deliver are of the highest quality and certainly proved to be life changing for me. I also work in Private Practice as a Counsellor and Supervisor and have worked in the field of Education for over 25 years as a Counsellor, Mentor and in the field of Careers Advice and Guidance. I continue to offer Counselling in a Bristol Secondary School.
I love to spend time outside in nature walking and exploring with my two lovely and energetic spaniels, I also enjoy reading, playing netball and going to the theatre whenever I can. One of my favourite things to do is sit by the sea taking in the views and sounds – obviously with a good cup of coffee!
I’m Louise Mill and I am currently Course Leader on the Advanced Certificate in Counselling Skills. I am a graduate from the Network training programme myself and knowing how much I benefitted, not only on a professional but also on a personal level from the programme, it is a joy to be able to be involved in training others and to see students grow and develop. I have been counselling for over ten years at Network and working with the training team since 2008. I’m also involved on the counselling side of the organisation as Head of Counselling.
I’m a member of my local church where I lead one of the worship bands. I’ve recently taken up horse-riding, a pastime I enjoy being able to share with my two adult daughters. I love to walk by the sea and my favourite way of relaxing is in front of an open fire, with a book and a very large bar of chocolate.
I’m Sue Woodhead-Marsh and I’m the Training Coordinator. I have been working for Network since February 2015 and am committed to the life-changing work this organisation does. My role is to undertake the admin for all our courses – including being a first point of contact, producing pre-course publicity and related materials, managing the application and booking processes, and generally ensuring that everything runs smoothly before, during and after the courses. I’m passionate about health & well-being, learning and personal development. I have two grown up sons and love reading, listening to music, watching movies and walking (especially by the sea!)