Please note: In response to COVID-19, I will be offering telehealth sessions in lieu of in-person sessions. I am currently accepting new clients.
Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Susannah’s passion is faith-integrated, Christ-centered approach to counseling that emphasizes the intersection of Truth and psychology.
Susannah has a Master’s in Biblical Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary (DC Campus). Susannah is actively pursuing a professional counseling license (LPC) in Virginia and DC, and is a Resident in Counseling, License #0704013263. She is under the supervision of Marianne S. Coad, MAMFC, LMFT, LPC.
Susannah’s background in a wide variety of contexts allow her to empathetically approach various life challenges, stressors, and suffering. She has lived overseas in Shanghai and Beijing, China, providing her with a unique, cultural sensitivity. She also possesses firsthand experience with teenage-international adoption. Susannah also speaks Mandarin Chinese. Furthermore, her prior career in corporate sales allows her to understand balancing professional and personal development, managing multiple stressors, meeting deadlines, and time management.
When it comes to an approach to counseling, Susannah utilizes Christian convictions to guide her clients to forward and sustainable change. She has past experience in working alongside individuals and families with: anxiety and worry, adoption, grief and loss, identity issues, life transitions, eating disorders, chronic illness, depression, and trauma.
Susannah is a certified and trained facilitator in Relate Strong Marital Therapy, a marital counseling program designed to improve marriage and relationship skills. She is available to counsel individuals, 8 years and up, as well as couples and families. She is a member of Northern Virginia Licensed Professional Counseling (NVLPC), and Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS).
Outside of the office, Susannah loves quality time with her husband Cody, and being active outdoors hiking, walking and running. She loves finding healthy recipes and places to eat, and is actively involved in her church in Washington, D.C.
If you would like to schedule an appointment, the best way to contact Susannah is via email at email@example.com or (703) 718-6168. Susannah offers therapeutic services at a discounted rate of $130 (Initial session), and $100 (each session thereafter).