Susan is very professional, but most importantly, she begins establishing trust the moment you walk in her door.” ‒Client Testimony
Susan's wisdom plays an integral part in the continual strengthening of our marriage and family. We wouldn't want to be on the journey without her.”
When working with Susan, I am working with a trusted friend. Her therapeutic approach is personal, genuinely caring, and introspective. Her ability to relate and to provide meaningful feedback is exceptional and comforting. Her smile always leaves me feeling healthier.”
Susan Randolph consistently provides timely, relevant, informed, and caring advice in real life situations”
Susan was extremely helpful during my divorce; her advice was so valuable in that it both expedited the process and kept me grounded.”
Susan has a unique sense of listening and guiding you to walk the way you need to walk, but have been resistant in taking that path.”
My name is Susan Randolph and I am a licensed professional counselor in the state of Virginia. I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Randolph College (formerly Randolph Macon Woman's College) in Lynchburg, Virginia and I earned a Masters of Counseling Psychology from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
In the fall of 2011, I began Randolph Counseling Services for assisting individuals in making choices and moving forward in their lives. I value listening, providing empathy, and implementing cognitive-behavioral techniques for my clients.
I've had the opportunity to serve individuals coping with a variety of circumstances, including:
- Lack of energy or direction.
- Difficulties with communication.
- Challenges with self-esteem.
- Grief and loss.
- Family confusions.
- Premarital Counseling.
- Lack of emotion or out of control emotions.
- Gay and Transgender.
- Marriage conflict.
Prior to 2011, I worked at Sweet Briar College for 7 years as their mental health counselor. My mission at the school was to assist students with their emotional stability; the students most frequently came to counseling for anxiety, depression, suicidal ideations, relationship challenges, and sexual identity questions.
I became a counselor because it gives me great pleasure to help people reach a deeper level of personal understanding, shift their behaviors, and learn to communicate more effectively with others. I feel satisfaction when motivating and stretching the abilities of people in their work, their home environment, and their studies.