Sue McLure

Specialist Mental Health Practitioner, Mental Health Nurse & Accredited DBT Therapist

Sue has been qualified and working as a Mental Health nNurse since 1996. During the course of her career she has worked therapeutically across a range of settings, working with adults, young people & families, in both public and private settings.


Sue has been a DBT Therapist since 2013 working with adults and young people with extreme emotional dysregulation. Prior to this, she worked in CAMHS in various roles, including working with children and young people with Gender Identity Disorder, and issues relating to sexual identity. Sue has also spent a significant proportion of her career working with looked after childrenand supporting foster carers and adoptive parents.

Professional Registrations & Memberships
Main Therapeutic Approaches and/or Psychological Interests and Experience

Sue’s main work currently, since 2013, is as a DBT therapist. Other areas of interest and experience include; 

Loss & Bereavement 

Sexuality and Gender 

Fostering & Adoption 

The heart of Sue’s approach is person-centred, drawing from therapeutic modalities including CBT, DBT, and mindfulness.

For more information, and to book a consultation with Dr Sayers, please contact Serendipity Psychology today. Whether you are looking for individual therapy, couples therapy or family therapy, Serendipity Psychology can assist you today – offering online & face-to-face sessions.