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|About Sue Powers|
Sue belongs to the American Counseling Association, the EMDR International Association and is an active member of the Greater Phoenix Area Chamber of Commerce and the Arthritis Foundation. Sue actively supports Arthritis research and was one of the first human volunteers for the new biological drug that now helps thousands of people live a quality life.
Sue received her undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska in Business Administration and her Master of Counseling from the University of Phoenix. A former vice-president in the electronics industry, Sue has real-life experience with the stress of juggling work and home life and has provided personal coaching to other executives.
Sue's background in the field of counseling includes extensive work in outpatient settings where she facilitates various group, couple and individual sessions. Sue's experience base has provided her with an in-depth understanding of topics such as: Stress, Grief & Loss, Trauma & Abuse, Addiction, Compulsiveness, Guilt & Shame, Anger, and Co-Dependency.
Sue enjoys working with adolescents, individuals and couples.
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