Over the years Sue Gallucci has lived in Rhode Island, California, Florida, South Dakota and Minnesota. After earning her Bachelors and Master’s Degrees in the field of Psychology Sue has been a Licensed Mental Health Professional since 1986. Sue currently holds the highest level of licensure afforded by the Minnesota Board of Social Work serving in her private practice as a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. Over the years she has worked in several settings where she has gained a plethora of experiences. Her first jobs were in psychiatric hospitals in a locked, 30-day mandated stay unit and in an emergency psychiatric admissions unit. Sue has also worked in both alternative and traditional school settings as well as adoption and early child and family education settings. She has pulled all of those experiences and more into her current Private Practice as a Psychotherapist. Sue enjoys working with a variety of clients with a full range of presenting problems and concerns. Sue would find working/specializing in one area redundant and she believes you have to look at the whole picture of a person's life to help them in a holistic way.
In addition to being a prominent Psychotherapist, Sue Gallucci has provided motivational speaking at Business Conferences, Medical Clinics, and to general audiences speaking on the important and relevant issues of mental health, happiness and well being. She has also made repeated guest appearance on various radio shows like Talking Steele with Jearlyn Steele and the Tom Barnard Show. Sue has also been featured in articles such as The Lake Minnetonka Magazine and The Plymouth Magazine.
When Sue in not working to promote mental health, happiness and wellbeing at a professional level she loves helping charities. For years now Sue has helped the Sanneh Foundation serving underprivileged youth through their soccer and youth mentoring programs as well as The Red Affair benefiting Avenues for Youth – a teen homeless shelter here in Minneapolis. Besides that Sue has hosted charity events for The Sanneh Foundation, Guild Incorporated, American Heart Association, Gilda’s Club, Connections to Independence, Lutheran Social Services, Karen Cares and Minnesota Breast Cancer Coalition, just to name a few.
Glad to see you are reaching out for support = good job! I have helped many people work through their concerns and difficult challenges they are facing and would like to help you too. I have a very straight forward, assertive and somewhat irreverent communication style. We work hard, bravely dig as deep as we need to and have some belly laughs along the way. My clients feel free to share the good, bad and the ugly. Let's roll up our sleeves and get to work!
I can help you:
* Reduce stress, anxiety and depression.
* Build healthier relationships.
* Improve your mood & energy level.
* Find a better balance in your life.
* Change self-defeating patterns.
* Feel better about yourself
Counseling Philosophy and goals:
* Take charge of your own life.
* Build on your strengths and assets.
* Manage stressful issues or concerns.
* Live a self-directed, joyful, productive life.
* Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW): I have been a Licensed Mental Health Professional since 1986. As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker I hold the highest level of licensure available with The Minnesota Board of Social Work. That license might sound like a mouthful but you can rest assured you are in good hands with me as your therapist
Feel free to contact Sue to be a guest or speaker on your show, at your place of business or worship and to write an article for your publication.
Bachelor of Science, Psychology (Honors)
∙ University of South Dakota
Masters in Educational Psychology & Counseling
∙ University of South Dakota
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
∙ MN Board of Social Work