About me

Sue JudgeI am deeply interested in what makes you unique. What is your soul yearning for? I believe that by reconnecting with ourselves, tending to our needs, and accepting our whole selves with compassion and kindness, we begin to unravel the beliefs we have held as true and start to trust, accept, and love ourselves as the unique and extraordinary human beings we are. This process allows us to show up in the world authentically, facilitating healing and enabling us to thrive. In my practice, thriving or living well encompasses all aspects of life, including facing our dying process—an aspect often shied away from. I, along with many others, believe that addressing our grief-phobic tendencies allows us to live our days to the fullest.

I aim to empower you to thrive by providing you with the tools to bring you back into a state of wholeness, nurturing your roots. Once there, the body begins the healing process. I take a person-centered approach, understanding that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Together, we weave a vessel that allows space for healing to occur. I truly believe that we all have what we need inside us; it’s often just a matter of remembering and reconnecting with our bodies, listening to and feeling what they’re trying to tell us. When we do this in nature, it becomes a profoundly transformative experience of remembering and reciprocity, highlighting our interconnectedness.

I am also the co-director of The Wisdom Space.

In our busy lives, we often miss the call of our souls, but this work enables us to remember and hear it as it calls us home to who we truly are.

Furthermore, when we remember that we are nature and not separate from it, we begin to recognize its significant role in our return to wholeness. Naturally, we become proactive in nurturing and protecting the natural world as we realize our interdependence with it, akin to the mycelial network and the Wood Wide Web (Suzanne Simard).

My experience

I am a naturopathic nutritional therapist (Dip CNM) and wellbeing coach with 15 years of experience. Over those 15 years, I have gained additional qualifications in nutrition and cancer (ION), facilitation, TetraMap (personality profiling), Sports and Fitness Gym Instruction, and Running Leadership. I am also certified in Mental Health First Aid (MHFA), and currently in my final year of training in ecopsychology with The Natural Academy, while deepening my experience of integration with ACER.

I have 7 years of experience supporting clients through their cancer journey. I have previously worked for Penny Brohn UK and currently serve as the wellbeing lead for We Get It, a Bath-based cancer charity voted Charity of the Year 2024 by Bath Life Awards. Additionally, I hold an advanced DBS and Safeguarding certification.

TetraMap helps to build self and team esteem and offers teams a common language and a safe learning environment.

Helpful resources

My favourite books:

Finding the Mother Tree: Uncovering the Wisdom and Intelligence of the Forest

by Suzanne Simard

The Wild Edge of Sorrow: Rituals of Renewal and the Sacred Work of Grief

by Francis Weller

No Bad Parts: Healing Trauma & Restoring Wholeness with the Internal Family Systems Model

by Richard Schwartz

Healing Collective Trauma: A Process for Integrating Our Intergenerational and Cultural Wounds

by Thomas Hübl

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