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The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) define stress as ‘the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressure or other types of demand placed on them.’


This makes an important disctinction between pressure, which can be a positive state if managed correctly, and stress which can be detrimental to health.


Contact Sue to discuss a bespoke service, which teaches skills to keep the workforce happy and productive.   Sue has trained with various organisations including the Health and Safety Executive on Manager Behaviours.



Help your staff be happy & more productive!


"Just 10% attrition can cause productivity to be lowered in over 58% of the remaining workforce."  

The Iceberg Theory - Professor Derek Mowbray

Well Being and Self Improvement at work.

Therapy and training for groups and individuals.

Sue Smith Associates provides a bespoke service at a different level to the normal therapeutic interventions used in stress. Sue's passion is in the use of preventative strategies, and for your total wellbeing. Happy staff are more productive.

"Sue's Corporate Stress Management course was both useful, and extremely thought provoking. Sue certainly knows her stuff, and we would recommend her to anybody who wants to know more about the world of corporate stress management. Personally also, Sue is a genuinely thoughtful person, who you can see is passionate about what she does, and is always happy to help people make the most of themselves."


- Andrew Pickering, Content Marketing at:


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Bring calm into your life, whether at home or a work situation.  

Whether it's personal or for a group.


"Sue Smith is a true professional"

Dr Christine Tyrie, consultant Psychiatrist and professional colleague.



Stress Management

Mindfulness can help with a productive mind.

Be Happy, and Productive at Work

About Sue Smith

Winner of ‘Best Client Management’ Award in 2013 and 'Best Technique' Award in 2014, at the National Hypnotherapy Conference in London. Invited speaker and author, made a Fellow of the APHP in 2017. Also a member of national bodies such as the CNHC, approved by the NHS and some major corporate insurance companies.