Susan is a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC). Susan received a Master of Arts in Psychology from Rutgers University, a Master of Arts in Counseling from Westminster Theological Seminary and a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
With a background in faith-based counseling, Susan believes that people long for meaning and relationship in their lives. Her desire is to help individuals and couples find both purpose and clarity through the therapeutic experience. Using reflective feedback in conjunction with a positive, Person-centered approach, she will help build upon strengths, identify maladaptive patterns of behavior, and learn to make healthy choices. Foundational to a successful counseling relationship are the qualities of trust, non-judgmental acceptance, genuineness and compassion. Together, in a safe and nurturing space, Susan will assist in navigating Life’s challenges, and work through pain and shame from the past, thus empowering self acceptance.
Susan works with individuals, couples and groups, and offers treatment in personal struggles, pre-marital and couples counseling, divorce care, sexual issues, conflict resolution, faith-based counseling and issues surrounding sexual and domestic abuse.