Areas of interest: alcohol and other drug issues, family issues including children of alcoholics, eating disorders, depression, trauma, sexual identity concerns among others. Particularly likes working with college students engaged in tackling 'normal' but challenging developmental tasks including forming a sense of identity and developing critical coping and interpersonal skills.
Areas of interest: romantic relationships, childhood sexual abuse, identity issues, LGBTQ and gender identity concerns, becoming comfortable with emotions, concerns related to marginalization, oppression, and racial identity, and existential issues.
Sue is the first person who greets the students and visitors to the Counseling Center. She answers the telephone, schedules appointments, and keeps the staff and students on track during our busy days.
Appointments can be made by calling the Counseling Center at 315-859-4340 or by stopping by the Counseling Center office on the second floor of the Health Center. The Office Coordinator, can schedule an appointment for a student with any of the three professional therapists in the office.