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Clinical Director

  • Master of Social Work, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

  • Bachelor of Sociology, Minor in Criminal Justice, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Trainer of Trainers, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin

  • Suicide Prevention Instructor

  • Certified in QPRT Suicide Assessment

  • University of Utah Practicum Supervisor
  • Certified Grief and Bereavement Therapist

Sue received her graduate degree from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.  She is a licensed clinical social worker with more than 20 years of experience in program management, mental health, and addiction treatment. Since entering the field in 1997 she has passionately worked with families from around the world and has refined her clinical skills in a variety of complex settings. Sue brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her compassionate approach with clients.


In her spare time, loves to garden with her family and experiment with what they can get to grow each Summer. Sue spends a lot of time cooking in the kitchen and is always looking for new dishes to share with her family and friends. She loves to travel and explore the amazing history that is unique to each geographical area. Sue is an avid Utah Utes football fan.

Hope, Health & Healing

Sue believes in the power of relationships.  Without relationships, all humans struggle with hope, health, and healing. It is the quest of creating, building, and maintaining relationships that feeds our existence. She believes that all interactions have an impact on us every day. In all interactions we should capitalize on how we are saying it, why we are saying it, and what our intent is. This idea creates an awareness for Sue in her approach in therapy each day. Every interaction, big or small, creates an awareness in her relationships to foster hope, health, and healing.

Working in Mental Health since: 1997

Working at Bridge House since: 2018