I am a psychotherapist and teacher and have worked with individuals,
couples, groups and families for 35 years. I feel honored to bear witness
to the strength and courage my client's exhibit as they work to improve
their lives. My professional experience is varied. I have trained hospice
volunteers, nurses and clergy in the area of death and dying and have
presented talks to professional organizations, hospital social work and
nursing staffs. Since 1990 I have volunteered, provided training and
consulted with several AIDS Organizations in the Community.
At Algonquin College in Ontario, Canada I developed and taught
a course for nurses and clergy in the area of Death and Dying.
I was part time faculty at Kennesaw College teaching courses on
Aging, Group Process and Death and Dying. I completed the
Mind Body Spirit Skills Program with James Gordon several years ago
and continue to incorporate the work into my private practice and
present these topics to various organizations. With two colleagues
I helped create a Healing and Spirituality Course for The Temple
in Atlanta. I am currently on the Professional Advisory Committee
for the Weinstein Hospice where I also train volunteers.

Other topics I have presented to professional organizations:

  • Balancing Your Personal/Professional Life
  • Taking Care of the Caretaker
  • Women and Sexuality
  • Emotional Issues Around Death and Dying
  • Grieving as a Family Affair
  • Dealing With Chronic Stress

Southeastern Center
for Integrative Therapy
Susan J. Levy, M.Ed.
455 East Paces Ferry Road
Suite 201
Atlanta, GA 30305

Phone: 404-234-0112