Susannah Crump

Susannah Crump

About Susannah Crump

I have nearly 20 years’ experience counselling adult individuals and couples. I worked for many years as a counsellor and counselling supervisor within the NHS.

Since 2005 I have been teaching mindfulness courses (Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)) to NHS patients, therapists and healthcare professionals.

I have undergone extensive training in mindfulness-based approaches at the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, Bangor University (CMRP). I am now a member of the CMRP core training team, training mindfulness teachers.

I am also an Associate of the Mindfulness Network, supervising teachers and trainees of mindfulness-based approaches.


MA Counselling, 2000
Certificate in Marital and Couple Counselling, 2000

PGCE, 1982
BA Hons Psychology, 1981

Mindfulness-based Teacher

I teach mindfulness because I have found it to be of great benefit in my own life. It’s completely trustworthy. It’s not about fixing anything: life is as it is, with ups and downs.
I find that practising mindfulness helps me keep my balance when things are tough and I find more joy in simple, everyday moments.

I adhere to the UK Network for Mindfulness-based teacher Training Organisations Good Practice Guidelines for Trainers of Mindfulness-based Teachers and am listed on their website


I am inspired by the courage and resourcefulness of the people I see who come for counselling.

I practice within the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy. I am a registered member MBACP (Snr. Accred).