Sue Proebsting, LPC
Psychotherapist; EMDR Specialty
EMDR, anxiety; depression; teen issues; young adult care, and therapy for adults through lifespan.
I began my work life as a sixth-grade teacher before raising my kids. While raising them I stayed involved in the education field as a substitute teacher and later spent four years in a transitional program for special needs students. More recently, I have worked as a Mental Health Counselor. I have enjoyed working with all ages. Because of my life experiences, I find I connect well with teens and young adults as well as women and men who are trying to navigate all aspects of life. I enjoy working with clients who have experienced trauma and have received specific training to help these clients. I also have worked with couples to help them improve their connection and heal from the hurts that are separating them.
I am an EMDR trained therapist who can be used to help clients process trauma as well as manage anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders. Other modalities used include Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, and a Person-Centered approach.
How I Can Help
My goal upon meeting each client is to create a welcoming and safe atmosphere. Every person's story is unique, and I work to create a space in which each client feels heard and understood. Together we will create treatment goals and plans; you can expect a variety of therapeutic helpful treatments to help you reach your goals and feel free of the pain that is weighing you down.
More About Me
I am a mom to two amazing young adults. In my free time, you will most likely find me outdoors. I love golfing, playing tennis or pickleball, biking, and taking long walks. I am also a big sports enthusiast and a lifelong Green Bay Packer fan! I value my family and friends and love making memories with them. I enjoy traveling to new places near and far. It’s a big, beautiful world out there!