Suzannah is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she obtained her Master of
Social Work. After obtaining her undergraduate degree in psychology, Suzannah provided respite care
for children with disabilities and realized she loved the work, helping them with daily activities,
emotional regulation, positive social interactions, and preparing them for school settings. During this
time, she decided to pursue a career in the mental health field. Her sessions take a person-centered
approach while utilizing a strength-based mindset which helps individuals in attaining their goals.
Suzannah strongly believes that everyone is the expert in their own lives, and they have the answers
they are looking for, as well as the means to reach their goals. She strives to create a strong working
relationship with every individual and provide support during their journeys. As her career begins, she is
looking forward to working with a wide range of individuals, behavioral challenges, and different mental
health disorders including anxiety, depression, difficulties expressing thoughts or feelings, autism
spectrum disorder, and other physical or emotional disabilities.
Suzannah trusts in the healing power of therapeutic relationships and will work to create a safe,
supportive, and non-judgmental space for all individuals.