Susan is the 3rd counselor I've taken my 15 year old son to, and the only one he was comfortable enough with to open up to. Not only that, when she learned that he was dealing with depression she made it a priority to see him ASAP. She has kids of her own, a son, so she seems to know how to relate well. He agreed to see her again, which to me is like finding the rainbow, and to see improvement is gold. I'm very grateful!Facility is great - privacy and parking good. And as my son put it, "she knows what she's doing."
4131 Spicewood Springs RdAustin, TX 78759
I'm a psychotherapist, in practice for 25 years now. My clients seem to think that I'm very helpful to them. I credit a lot of this to Charlotte.Charlotte was my therapist for over two years when I was in training, 25 years ago. I consider her to be one of the most important influences on me, as a person and as a therapist. When I was self-pitying, she did not respond with pity; when I was genuinely grieving she responded with warmth. Her calm insight was a tremendous help to me, and I still turn to my memories of her for guidance in my work. Quite simply, one of the best therapists I've known in 25 years in the business.
I found this therapist, who supposedly specializes in same sex couples who have children, to be very rigid. She places the partners in categories (like one wants more intimacy, the other wants to avoid it). I found very little help from her regarding my relationship and my special-needs guy. She is not all bad, but tends to be glib when it comes to serious matters.