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Susan Pye Brokaw, MA
Susan is a licensed marriage and family therapist and licensed independent clinical social worker. She is also a state approved supervisor with both licensing boards. She has advanced training in Attention Deficit Disorders and is an expert in that area. Susan was a founder of the Adler Institute in 1968, which later became the Adler Graduate School. She is deeply committed to the principles of Individual Psychology and to the school that she helped found.
MA - Azusa Pacific College, Azusa, CA
BA - University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN
Susan has a private practice in Minnetonka, Minnesota where she does psychotherapy and counseling with individuals, couples and families. She also does both coaching and counseling for those with ADHD issues and their families. In addition, she has done public speaking and training throughout the United States and Canada. She has been doing psychotherapy and counseling for over forty years.
The ADHD Take Home Testing Manual
The ADHD Strategies Manual for Parents
The ADHD Strategies Manual for Educators
The ADHD Strategies Manual for Professionals
The Four Stages of Personal Growth
The Significance of Birth Order
Relationships on the Teeter Totter
Koping with Kids
ADHD and Oppositional Defiance-the Child
ADHD and Oppositional Defiance-the Parent
ADHD Strategies for Home
ADHD Strategies for School
Susan has given numerous presentations to the general public, to professional mental health workers, educators, social service organizations and at many state and national conferences.
ADHD and how to deal with it in education; family, couples, relationships & career counseling; individual counseling issues; application of Adlerian psychology in family, work & relationships.
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