Suzanne Stone, MA, LCMHC-S I focus on working with older adolescents (16+) and adults struggling with life transitions, setting healthy boundaries, relationship pain and family conflicts.
Talking with someone who is not a friend or family member to hear your story and looks for pattern of behavior that is no longer helpful to you is part of the journey towards wellness.
Making the change to break those patterns or habits is an important step towards a better understanding of yourself.
We will focus on whole person wellness. Creating balance in all areas of your life. When one area of our life is off balance, it can negatively affect all other areas.
I proudly serve the LGBTQ community.
All are welcome regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity. I believe respecting the rights of all people is paramount to the success of our society.
I owned Rolling Stone Burrito and operated MadStone Café, both on WCU campus.
On my time off, I spend my time exploring our beautiful mountains with my family and friends.
Rufus, Comfort dog
Pictured with Suzanne is her wonderful comfort dog, Rufus! He works on Tuesday and Wednesday. If you desire a session with Suzanne when Rufus is around, please tell Brittany when you call for your initial appointment! When Rufus is not working, he is exploring local trails and waterfalls with Suzanne and her sons.