Sue Panger's professional experience

Sue Panger, MA LMFT LCSW
Sue Panger

Sue is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Wisconsin. She has practiced psychotherapy for three decades and has owned and operated Sue Panger & Associates, SC, a mental health clinic in Kenosha, WI, since early 1996. 

Sue provides psychotherapy for persons of all ages, working with families and individuals who are struggling with issues from recent birth to imminent death, and the life stages in between. She provides care for those who are struggling to live well with severe mental illnesses, as well as those who have grown up in homes with alcoholism, confusion or abuse. She works with couples, married or otherwise, straight or gay, and places importance on the commitment between them. She has an extensive background in child development, and child behavioral management, and has expertise in parenting and family skills.

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Sue is a Clinical Fellow and an Approved Supervisor for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and is a Fellow of the American Psychotherapy Association. Further, Sue is a Level II clinician in EMDR.

In addition to her practice, Sue also teaches and mentors new therapists, offering clinical supervision for those seeking a license in marriage and family therapy. Over the years, Sue has taught a Collaborative Therapies course at the Family Therapy Training Institute in Milwaukee, WI, has provided supervision for their postgraduate students, and participates in panels and workshops. She provided clinical supervision for graduate students at the Family Institute at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL in the 1990s.

Sue operated an Employee Assistance Program with a local manufacturing company of about 1,000 employees from 1996 through 2009, providing mental health support for all employees and their families, company training in conflict resolution, direction in dealing with troubled employees, and critical incident debriefing.

Sue's approach is highly collaborative. She brings spirit and commitment to her work and joins with her clients to co-author more liberating personal narratives.

Sue has raised a daughter and a son and lives in Kenosha with her two cats.

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