Sue has been working with individuals, couples, and families for over 12 years and has been licensed to practice in four states. Having experienced a variety of cultures, she has worked with clients from many different countries and walks of life and truly enjoys learning about her clients and their unique perspectives.
She loves to travel to unusual and diverse parts of the world, and in her work strives to understand perspectives of the individual, their families, their communities, and their cultures. Her goal is always to strengthen and build relationships by increasing understanding, improving communication, and building skills.
Sue incorporates trauma-informed approaches into her work including EMDR, CBT, somatic work, and mindfulness. She has worked extensively with trauma, depression, anxiety, and relational issues.
In her own life, Sue loves hiking, biking, and being in nature. She utilizes yoga and other mindfulness-based activities to remain centered and grounded both in her personal life and in her work.