Sue Anderson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than thirty years of experience in the fields of mental health and child welfare. She has extensive therapeutic experience with individuals, children, couples and families. Sue has also volunteered her time to meet community and professional needs. She was board member, program chair and vice president for The Mental Health Association during her fifteen-year volunteer involvement.
Sue's philosophy in helping others stems from her own life and professional experiences. She says that along the way she has had wonderful people who encouraged, supported and believed in possibilities for her. What she learned from all of this is that the essential thing is to believe in possibilities for everyone. Life is full of surprises, and we really don't know what will happen. What is most important is to begin the journey towards awareness by working on and learning from life's challenges.
Sue earned her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology at Bradley University and her Master's Degree in Social Work at the University of Illinois. Her primary areas of emphasis in her work are Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and EMDR.