Licensed Professional Counselor | LCPC, LPC
Sue is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Missouri and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in Illinois. In the late 80s, she began private practice, initially working with families affected by addiction and developed a comprehensive family recovery program. Her specialties include relationship counseling, women’s issues and trauma, chemical dependency, depression, anxiety, adolescent therapy, grief, life transitional issues, forensic evaluations and general mental health counseling. Sue works with adults, teens, tweens, couples and families empowering them to set healthy boundaries, communicate effectively and find acceptance with situations which previously seemed hopeless. She is passionate about helping clients find peace and improve their sense of well-being. Sue believes in the preservation of marriage and supporting couples with learning to forgive, letting go of resentments and rediscovering the qualities that drew them to each other. Her past experiences as a college counselor aids her work with youth and adults as they explore career and life transitional issues. Sue’s counseling approach is based on solid Christian values.
Sue’s private practice is located within a converted home in the heart of Kirkwood, Missouri. The small, intimate space offers clients privacy and a comfortable setting to get honest, get real, and heal. Her office is upstairs and is not handicap accessible. Online audio-video sessions are also available.
While at St. Louis U, Sue earned degrees in sociology and criminal justice. She continued her education and completing a master’s degree in general counseling at University of Missouri–St. Louis. Despite ups and downs in all marriages, she and her husband have been happily married for over 30 years. They have 3 college-aged children and 2 English Cocker Spaniels. Sue enjoys being a part of her children’s college athletics, traveling, photography and spending time with family and friends. Despite her faith foundation, she often finds herself amazed by how God works in hers and others’ lives.