Susan Sisko, PhD.
Philosophy and Approach.
Susan values insight-oriented therapy for adult individuals and couples. Insight-oriented therapy places emphasis on personal discovery allowing clients to understand and heal from developmental and life experiences and use these as agents of change for how they live their lives today.
Susan brings a warm and empathetic approach to her work as a psychologist. She believes in genuinely meeting people where they are, she is committed to the principles of social justice and her work is inclusive of all people.
Education and Background.
She is a published author whose most recent book is titled: Multicultural Responsiveness in Counselling and Psychology – working with Australian populations.
Susan’s extensive experience also includes working in community mental health, hospitals, agencies and private practice. Additionally, she works at university as an educator and clinical supervisor. Susan is familiar with working with complex mental health issues including trauma, depression, anxiety, and stress and relationship issues.
Susan has over twenty years of experience working in counselling and psychology fields. She holds a BA and Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychology and an MA in Counselling Psychology. Susan has a PhD in Counsellor Education with a research emphasis in clinical supervision and cultural diversity. Susan has formally trained in relationship counselling, and she has significant experience as a couple’s therapist.
Susan’s primary therapeutic structure is Developmental, which includes Psychodynamic and Attachment theories.
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