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Sue strives to provide clients with safe and positive experiences with an eclectic approach including AEDP, Art Therapy, and other psychological theories. Sue served as a volunteer chaplain at the local hospice and later trained as a grief therapist during her practicum. After the graduate program, she joined the child and family guidance clinic in Southern California as a staff psychotherapist: serving individuals (ages 3-18) and their families and facilitating several ADHD art therapy groups for children. After returning to Japan, she worked as a bilingual counselor at Educational institutions and city counseling services for women.
Targeted issues include: anxiety, depression, grief, relational issues, health issues for individuals and supporting family members, developmental challenges (ADHD, ASD, HSC, HSP), multicultural issues, intimate partner violence, traumas, life transition, Self-care, etc. Sue is comfortable providing therapy in English and Japanese languages.
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