Mustard Seed Psychology Welcomes You
(Group When Available)
I have met all requirements for the Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (APIT) and can practice telepsychology under the authority of PSYPACT Commission in these participating states: Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Nevada, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina (effective 3/1/2021).
Individual Therapy with Parental Guidance
I work with children and adolescents with neurological differences, mood and/or anxiety disorders, developmental disorders, ADHD, learning disorders, and adjustment issues. My therapeutic approach draws on evidence-based cognitive-behavior therapy, psychodynamic theory, and Developmental, Individual-differences, & Relationship-based (DIR) and play-based techniques. While my emphasis is on children to early adulthood, I also work with clients of all ages.
I offer social skills groups (typically 2 - 6 kids) that focus on teaching clients how to interact with other peers their age. Social skills groups can help kids learn conversational, friendship, and problem-solving skills, and may be useful in teaching clients to modulate their emotions and understand others' perspectives.
I conduct various psychological evaluations assessing and providing recommendations for developmental delays/disorders (e.g. Autism), mood and behavior disorders (e.g., ADHD, depression, anxiety), special education, learning disabilities, gifted/ talented, and personality assessments. I also provide private school entrance testing.
About Dr. Anne Su
Dr. Anne Su is a licensed psychologist in the states of Texas and New York. She received her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh, and later received her Master's and Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from George Washington University with an emphasis in child/adolescent population and assessments.
Dr. Su's practicum involved providing neuropsychological evaluations, concussions assessment, treatment planning, and executive functioning assessment for diverse children and adolescent populations. She has also practiced as an individual and group therapist with children and adolescents and provided parent support groups and training in hospitals, schools, and community mental health settings. She has conducted research on concussions in children with ADHD/LD, voluntary response suppression and spatial working memory in adolescents, and the effects of dopamine on traumatic brain injury in animal models.
Dr. Su completed her predoctoral internship at a DIR-based (Developmental Individualized Relationship) school, in New York, NY. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship and continued working for an additional two years at a therapeutic day school for individuals with neurological differences.
Dr. Su is a "Pittsburgher" at heart, but has grown to become a "Houstonian." She is a wife and mom to three exuberant children. In her personal time, she enjoys spending time outside with her family, gardening, traveling, and experiencing various cultures.
I'll meet you where you're at, and together we'll work on growth and progress - Dr. Anne Su
Unfortunately, Dr. Su is currently not accepting new clients at this time.
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