What happens next?
After our initial call, if we’ve decided we want to work together, you’re invited to book a full session with me. I will then bill you when we’ve talked.
If you choose to book a 1-hour mentoring appointment you are committing to one session (See full Terms & Agreement).
Then, after each time we meet, you will have the opportunity to book another session with me.
I do offer discounted prices for existing customers who know they want to book ongoing meetings over a period of months. But for starters, I bill on a session-by-session basis.
How much mentoring do I need?
Some people need just a couple of sessions working with me to resolve the issues they’re grappling with. Other people choose to work with me for much longer periods – even years. No matter how long we work together, I’m dedicated to providing the best professional mentoring required to help you achieve the kind of success in life and business you want.
The best way to discover if I can help you is to book an initial call.
Sue Firth, qualified
psychologist & mentor
If you’re still reading and want the formal blurb, I describe myself as a Performance Coach & Business Psychologist
My formal training is in psychology, and I hold both a Bachelor of Science and a Masters Degree. I am an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, and a member of The Health Professions Council.
I currently run a private practice in South Molton Street, London. As well as working in-person, I offer online mentoring and currently have customers both in the UK and abroad.
As well as working with individuals, I regularly speak on stress, change, resilience and confidence.