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Susan St Vrain

  • Kentucky
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About Susan St Vrain's service

Susan St Vrain is a licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington State with over 25 years of professional experience. She specializes in helping clients find balance in times of stress, anxiety, and change. Susan is trained in Trauma Informed Therapy for adults and youth and has expertise in areas such as anxiety, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, and Traumatic Brain Injury. She also offers self-care and emotional regulation training for both clients and caregivers. Susan’s approach is client-centered, holistic, and transformational, focusing on creative solution-oriented processes. With a background in Therapeutic Yoga, Somatics, Mindfulness/Meditation, and Movement Therapy, she provides a body-mind approach for clients seeking healing from abuse and neglect. Susan believes in collaboration and creating an open, safe, and warm therapeutic environment without judgment. She is committed to helping clients find a more balanced and fulfilling way of relating to themselves and the world. Taking the first step towards a more fulfilling and happier life takes courage, and Susan is here to support clients throughout that process.

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

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Years in practice

27 years

NPI number


License Details

WA LMHC LH00006159

License: LMHC


License number: LH00006159

Expires at 2024-05-07



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