Susie Callahan is a Licensed Clinical Counselor and a graduate of the Citadel's Clinical Counseling Program. She completed her internship at The College of Charleston's Counseling and Substance Abuse Center, where she assisted college students with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, substance abuse, and transitional issues.
She is a certified Level II cognitive behavioral therapist. She was the recipient of the Center for Women's Ester Ferguson Counseling Fellowship for four years and developed the Center's Counseling Department. While there she made an enormous impact on the lives of many women by assisting them with a variety of life issues, including divorce contemplation and recovery and relationship issues.
She was also a professional parent group facilitator for Parents and Children Together for four years, teaching and supporting parents in their journey through the first four years of their children's lives. She is now in private practice on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina. Susie is also an artist and a devoted practitioner of yoga.
I am a believer of lifelong learning and challenging ones self. I have taken advantage of multiple opportunities throughout my professional experience to engage in new methodologies and trainings that feed my curiosity and serve my clients.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy
CBT for insomnia
Imago Therapy for couples