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Sue Brown


To be effective, good therapy must be a ‘good fit.’ Therapy is a collaborative process between you and your therapist and Sue is invested in creating a welcoming space where clients can find their way towards living a better, happier, and more fulfilling life. Regardless of gender, sexuality, spirituality, race, or ethnicity, all are welcome. Sue views therapy as an opportunity to learn to live more skillfully while also tapping into your innate knowing with the help of a trusted confidant. Sue started her practice in 1994 after graduating from MSU with a master’s in clinical psychology. As a licensed professional counselor, she’s spent her career working in healthcare, affording her a wide range of experience. Areas of therapeutic focus include: depression/anxiety; adjustment issues that can accompany health challenges/chronic disease management; traumatic life events/ loss; life transitions; stress management/healthy coping; changing habits/changing course.

Her therapy approach is primarily cognitive-behavioral (CBT), including mindfulness based cognitive therapy, and for more specific issues, solution focused brief therapy (SFBT). She sees clients in her office and is also available for telehealth sessions.

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