- Healthcare management
- Organization, and leadership
- Highly intuitive
- Skilled in identifying core issues particularly as related to behavioral addictive processes
Sue lived most of her life in Houston, TX, USA, one of America’s most dynamic medical arenas. She participated first in early NASA experiments, and later trained as a technologist in the then-new field of ophthalmology, spending most of her time in operating rooms and clinics and as an instructor. After 15 years, Sue answered the call to explore the behavioral side of health and wellness, obtaining graduate degrees in business management and social work. Several years as a psychotherapist awakened in Sue a recognition of the need for balance, self-awareness, and self-expression in all aspects of life, and of the inner conflicts created in a culture that often ignores or discounts these needs. She developed a growing concern about the conundrum she perceived in the healthcare environment, where individuals struggled to promote wellness for others while unable to find healthy behavioral pathways in their own lives. Returning to medicine as a social worker in the field of dialysis, she served as the liaison between upper management and clinic social workers, promoting the practices of self-care and collaboration as a means to creating better, more satisfying outcomes. In 2007, Sue launched her own business, coaching individuals and healthcare groups.
Certified Edgewalker Facilitator, Certified Spiritual Intelligence Coach – SQ21 from Deep Change, Certified Life Coach, Certified Mediator in Psychotherapist, Chemical and Behavioral Dependency, MA Social Work, MA Business Administration, Certified, Opht.
I believe the answers to all the questions that arise as we live our individual lives exists within each of us. My personal mission, beyond my own ongoing inner quest, is to facilitate or mentor the quest of another. Self-awareness, the basic Edgewalker quality, is essential to understanding one’s own values and needs. From a platform of growing self-awareness, one can find and hone one’s own strengths, as well as develop appreciation and gratitude for the values and abilities of others. By building bridges between individuals, between groups, and between cultures, I know we can be more effective in the workplace and in our lives overall.