Sue Cook

Sue Cook is a registered social worker, teaching at the University of Plymouth. She holds a PhD in family therapy, a MA in health and mental health social work and a generic BA social work degree.

Sue studied and practised in Johannesburg, South Africa before moving to the UK over a decade ago. Her practice experience included work in a mental health facility and in an agency specialising in working with couples, families and groups.

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Addressing loneliness and social isolation: lessons from research

How loneliness can affect people across their life course, and what social workers can do to support lonely and isolated people.