Sue Swift, MA, Ed.S, LPC

Therapist & Clinical Coordinator

Sue is a licensed therapist with over 20 years of experience and an essential part of the Collins Center team. She joined the Collins Center in 2006 and currently serves as the Clinical Coordinator. She is a TF-CBT trained therapist and has completed training in both basic and extended forensic interviewing techniques. As the Clinical Coordinator, Sue has a wide range of experience in issues of sexual abuse, parenting, PTSD, and depression, among others. When not providing therapy, Sue also actively contributes to the improvement and growth of the Child Advocacy Center and multidisciplinary services. Prior to joining the Collins Center, Sue provided counseling and assessment services at two Community Services Boards, in a school setting, and through Sentara RMH Medical Center's Live Recovery Program.

My main role at the Collins Center is that of counselor/therapist. I work with a variety of clients of all ages and at all stages of recovery from sexual violence. I do my best to bear witness to the pain survivors need to express. I find my work very rewarding, as it is always an honor to be part of a survivor’s journey towards healing. The services we offer at the Collins Center are unique and vital, and I am proud to be a part of the Collins Center team!

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