SUZANNE FORRESTER, M.A., L.P.C.C.
Suzanne holds a Master’s degree in English and Women’s Studies from Ohio University and a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and Wilderness Therapy from Naropa University. She has 20 years experience serving adolescents, young adults and families as a therapist, teacher, professor, therapeutic program director and wilderness therapist and guide. She has trained therapists in facilitating equine-assisted psychotherapy at various sites around the country. She has taught graduate students in equine-assisted psychotherapy at Prescott College, and is currently on the faculty in the Wilderness Therapy Department at Naropa University. She has been the associate director and program director for residential programs for adolescents and young adults in Arizona, California and Colorado.
Suzanne is a certified Level II PACT clinician (Psychobiological Approach to Couples Therapy). She utilizes research in attachment theory and neuroscience and translates it into simple terms to benefit couples and families. She also brings 20 years of study in yoga and meditation to her clients, and is a level-two certified EMDR practitioner.