Susan Leveridge, MA, Psy.D.

Susan Leveridge, MA, Psy.D., strives to establish a trusting and caring counseling partnership with her clients. She offers children and adults a compassionate and non-judgmental approach, which helps clients to identify and resolve what isn’t working in their lives. Through her focus on current concerns, previous relationships, or childhood experiences, she assists clients in attending to discomfort while practicing self-care. She offers a faith-based or spiritual perspective (if desired) and welcomes and respects clients of all backgrounds.

Susan’s areas of specialty include:

  • Children (ages 0 -12) with autism, ADHD, anxiety, attachment problems (adoption/foster care), behavior problems, symptoms of depression, or posttraumatic stress
  • Coaching for parents of children of all ages, including adult children
  • Interpersonal difficulties, emotional irregularities, or difficult life transitions
  • Self-esteem issues, a sense of unworthiness or not belonging
  • Distressing childhood experiences (adults)
  • Relationship concerns (including pre-marital counseling)
  • Personal growth, faith based or spiritual direction

With more than 25 years of both professional and personal life experience, Dr. Leveridge practices with a blend of evidence-based approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Developmental Systems Approach, Collaborative Problem Solving, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

Dr. Leveridge has a M.A. degree in counseling psychology and is a Licensed LMHC. She completed her doctoral degree at Northwest University. She received pre-doctoral training at the Fremont Community Therapy Project, Ryther Child Center, Fairfax Hospital and with private practitioners.

Dr. Leveridge can be reached at (425) 481-5700 ext 9 (7) or by email at susan.leveridge@gmail.com

Please note that email is not a secure method of communication. Please do not send sensitive information via email. Sending or receiving an email does not establish a psychologist-patient relationship.

Insurance: Premera, Regence, Applecare