About Sue

Sue Hodges, LCSW, Therapist and Owner

Every human soul needs to be recognized, valued and understood. Seeking help is not a sign of weakness or failure. It takes courage and desire. As an experienced social worker of more than 30 years, I have extensive expertise in guiding children and teens to navigate chronic disease, separation/divorce, and death and loss of a loved one. I am a subject expert in the field of neurodivergence- individuals whose brains function differently and, therefore, have different strengths and challenges, such as people with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders. As a well-trained therapist in child development, I am passionate about addressing these issues through play therapy and expressive art.

I work with a variety of childhood emotional and behavioral issues, including acting out, blaming, refusing to follow the rules, or questioning authority, becoming easily annoyed or nervous, experiencing excessive fear, worry or anxiety, difficulty handling frustration, arguing, throwing temper tantrums, hyperactivity, short attention span, impulsivity, aggression, or self-harm.

I have years of experience in helping seniors as they face the inevitability of aging, death and dying. I have years of experience working with military families as they face their own very remarkable challenges. I provide a safe, nurturing environment where individuals suffering from depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, trauma, and abuse can heal.