Sue Ann Belmont, LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She received her master’s degree in clinical psychology from Antioch University, Seattle. Sue Ann also holds a bachelor’s degree in education and a bachelor of science in biochemistry, both from Concordia University, Montreal.
Sue Ann has been providing psychotherapy to individuals, children, couples, and families since 2003. She combines her knowledge of education, child development, psychology, and neurobiology to provide strength-based, culturally sensitive counseling. Her specialties are helping individuals and families through difficult life transitions and healing from trauma.
Sue Ann understands the importance of creating a safe space where grieving can be both explored and expressed. She understands that the journey through grief can be complex. Sue Ann’s commitment is to accompany you and to provide support and guidance as needed so you do not have to do the journey alone.
Outside of her work, Sue Ann can be found engaged in all manner of activities such as reading, knitting, cooking, hiking, skiing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and tending to her sweet animals on a hobby farm that she maintains with her husband.