Counselor Supervision

Susan Marshall, LPC, CPCS

My orientation as a therapist:

I believe first and foremost that we all have the innate ability to heal. When we are stuck in pain and life-long patterns that are no longer working, it can be difficult to see the path toward healing. I am a person-centered therapist who believes that therapy is a collaborative journey. On that journey I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness as tools to support understanding, learning and internal shifts that result in sustainable relational and behavioral changes.

I have a B.S. from the University of Georgia in Child and Human Development, an M.A. from Argosy University in Community Counseling. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Georgia and am a National Certified Counselor. I am also a Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor and am trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. I see adults and couples with a spectrum of struggles, including depression, anxiety, trauma and life transitions.

My orientation as a counselor supervisor:

Counselor supervision has two primary goals: the development of clinical skills and the improvement of client welfare. Within this framework, it is my goal to support your professional development as you move through your first few years as a counselor.  I believe that, like the therapeutic relationship, the supervisory relationship is also a collaborative journey. We will work together as you conceptualize cases through your own theoretic orientation and build on your existing knowledge.

Supervision occurs twice a month for an hour and a half each session. Supervision can be conducted on an individual basis, in pairs or in groups of 3-5.

Please contact Susan Marshall, LPC, CPCS for more information, to schedule an interview or to discuss fee schedules. You can email me at

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