Having been bedridden with cancer, I know firsthand that life is way too short to spend it feeling miserable and stuck.
Using the power and wisdom of the ancient Enneagram, I want to help people learn how to deeply embrace their humanity and the humanity of others, in order to create caring, meaningful relationships they can hold dear. The more I have been able to welcome and experience all of my foibles and challenges and my strengths and gifts, the more alive and authentic and grounded I feel and the more I am able to be present to others -- to Life!
Sue has studied and practiced the Enneagram and Integral theories for 20 years. She has a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston – Clear Lake. She is certified with the Enneagram Spectrum Training program and with the Integral Relationship Professional & Group Facilitator Training program and has taken several courses involving the Ancient Enneagram with Russ Hudson. She also has certification as an Anger Resolution Therapist™ from The Center for Anger Resolution, Inc., and has training in hypnotherapy and breathwork.
Sue helps individuals and couples learn how to be more receptive to their deep inner voices in order to become aware and change what is not working for them. With new found grounding, openheartedness and clarity of mind, clients can learn how to trust themselves in order to better get their needs met, to reconnect with their loved ones, and to pursue their lives with joy and vitality.
Sue has done numerous presentations and workshops teaching the Enneagram, Integral Theory, Polarity Thinking, and Emotional Mastery.
Starting in 2001, Sue worked in the behavioral healthcare profession in the greater Galveston County - Clear Lake area. She currently resides in Austin, Texas.
Contact Sue at 832 ~ 419 ~ 7525
Acting out is feeling and acting from my wounded, victim self that I’m projecting onto others.
Actively feeling is tenderly staying with my emotions and just being, hearing my inner guidance and Goddess’s soft whisper.
Crying out loud and weeping are great resources.
A nursing mother, all she does
is wait to hear her child.
God created the child, that is, you’re wanting,
so that it might cry it out, so that milk might come.
Cry out! Don’t be stolid and silent
with your pain. Lament!
And let the milk of loving flow into you.
The hard rain and wind
are ways the cloud has to take care of us.
Respond to every call that excites your spirit.