Sue believes the healing process begins with trust. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals and families to build trusting relationships and providing support for concerns related to women’s health, pregnancy and parenting stress, difficult young adult transitions, and challenges unique to the LGBTQ+ community. Sue is passionate about providing a safe relationship for those who are dealing with concerns related to trauma, depression, anxiety, and difficult life transitions.
In addition to her clinical practice, she has enjoyed supervising clinical trainees and newly licensed professionals for the past 13+ years. Sue values the opportunity to help nurture and develop clinical talent and to share new perspectives.
She specializes in an eclectic, person-centered, relational approach that integrates elements of Interpersonal Process Therapy and Cognitive-Behavioral modalities with direct communication and humor.