Offering you and your family a wide range of counseling services.

Sue White

Sue White

LCSW
Therapist
(303) 456-0600 x132
Specialties: 
Adolescents
Anxiety
Couples/Marriage Therapy
Depression
Family Therapy
PTSD
Personality Disorders
Trauma
Women’s Issues
Work/Professional Issues/Stress
Locations: 
Denver - Office of Sue White, 4155 East Jewell Ave, Denver, CO 80022
Wheat Ridge - Main Office, 4891 Independence St., Suite #165, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Denver - Office of Sue White, LCSW, 1777 S. Harrison St., Suite #1200, Denver, CO 80210

I’m a goal-oriented therapist, focused on helping you move toward a better space. If you are motivated to improve your relationships, your outlook, or your interaction with the world and the people around you, I’m happy to help you find that path. I am not an on-the-couch therapist, and my goals go far beyond listening to your problems. Together, we will find steps that you can take – beginning with your first session – to move toward the place you want to be.

Educational Background and Experience: 
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Colorado
Masters in Social Work, Southern Connecticut University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of South Carolina
Adjunct Professor of Social Work, University of Denver, 2012 – present
Clinician, Devereux Cleo Wallace, 2011-2013
Clinician and Clinical Director, The Children’s Guild 2005-2010
Expertise, Interests, Specialties: 
Families
Adolescents
Couples
Anxiety disorders
Behavioral disorders
Trauma issues
Relationship challenges
Accepted Insurance: 
Ceridian
Ceridian EAP
Cigna
Cigna EAP
FEI EAP
GEHA
Kaiser Permanente
United Healthcare/Optum
UMR
The Village EAP
Voucher (Jefferson or Adams Co.)

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