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Susan Sosa


I have been a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for 20 years. My clinical experience has been working with adults, adolescents and children providing individual, couple, and group psychotherapy. Psychotherapy refers to different techniques and methods used to help people who are experiencing difficulties with their emotions, thoughts, or behaviors. Although there are different types of psychotherapy, each relies on communication as the basic tool for bringing about change in a person’s feelings and behaviors. In psychotherapy you can receive emotional support, receive help if dealing with loss, learn to resolve conflicts with people, understand feelings and problems, and try out new solutions to old problems. Goals for therapy may include (changing behaviors; improving relationships with friends or family; managing depression, anxiety, or anger; increasing motivation, decreasing self-destructive behaviors; and developing healthy coping strategies for life). The length of psychotherapy depends on the complexity and severity of problems.

Cultural Competence Training - Yes


Masters of Arts (MA)

Ryokan College

Language Spoken


(341) 888-7637

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