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Susan Egan

Susan Egan


25 years of experience

My name is Susan. I have been practicing, in Pennsylvania for 25 years. I have my LCSW. The bulk of my career was spent in an atypical long term care facility. Clients ranged from 18 to 100 with a myriad of mental health challenges. In this setting, I provided one to one therapy and facilitated groups. Group work consisted of anger management, chronic illness and improving interpersonal skills. Going into private practice, my role in the partnership is the provision of a judgment free environment where we can strategize, addressing and overcoming the many challenges we all face. I also address the loss of our 4 legged kids Underserved, as I know all to well the hole they leave in our hearts and everyday life.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

Our first session revolves around developing rapport. Are we a good fit? Therapy can be anxiety provoking. My approach is let us chat and let you determine, based on initial contact, your comfort level. This is your session. Also, the first session is your opportunity to interview me. Ask me anything you want. The goal of initial contact is laying the foundation of the establishment of a partnership.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

My greatest strengths as a provider are my years of practice and exposure to a diverse population. Age, economic status and genders. While starting therapy can be daunting, my ability to put clients at ease has always served my clients well. Having been in the field of social work for 30 years, my experiences, prior to becoming a therapist, infused empathy and non judgment.

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My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i)

I’ve been using CBT in my practice for the past 25 years. It’s helped dozens of clients challenge reoccurring thoughts and manage their anxiety. We’ll use CBT to recognize how your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors influence each other. We’ll then use that knowledge to change your thinking patterns, which will help you lead a less anxious and stressed life.

Acceptance and commitment (ACT)

Without navigating towards acceptance, we find ourselves walking a treadmill. Let's get off the treadmill and establish coping strategies.


With this approach, let's employ what works for you. That could range from a cognitive behavioral approach mixed in with solution focused therapy and self esteem building exercises. Let's tailor an approach that enhances the quality of your life. We are all different, let's come up with an approach that best meets your needs.