Suzanne specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Family Systems, as well as Family & Couples Counseling. She has a strong background in treating children and families with 10 years of Child Protection experience working with populations at risk, such as: clients affected by sexual abuse, domestic violence, and substance abuse. Suzanne is able to connect well with youth and establish a positive rapport with each of her clients.
Suzanne is also trained in the following:
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) [Informed]
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) [EMDRIA trained]
Progressive Counting (PC)
Suzanne earned her undergrad in Social Work from University of Michigan, her Masters degree in Social Work from Wayne State University and a Graduate Certificate in Family & Couples Counseling and Therapy. She also has experience in custody/access issues and child protection.
Her passion is working with children, adolescents and adults to help give you hope for a better tomorrow. Whether you are experiencing depression, anxiety, isolation, family/peer conflict, impaired functioning at school/work, difficulties coping, difficulties managing anger/stress, or struggle to use healthy coping skills, she can help you work through these challenges. Suzanne also enjoy working with couples to increase their understanding of self, their partner, and the patterns of interactions to help facilitate change that will enhance their relationship.