Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee
M.A. in Marriage & Family Therapy (2020) from Touro University Worldwide
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
|– Depression||– Anxiety|
|– Addiction||– Couples Counseling|
|– Relationships||– Grief|
|– Stress Management||– Women’s Issues|
Susan Kantharia is a Marriage and Family Therapist Trainee working toward her Master’s degree at Touro University Worldwide. After working for over six years in the corporate world, she made a meaningful transition to help people transform their lives. Susan deeply and genuinely empathizes with people who are struggling with broken relationships, traumatic experiences, loss and grief, depression, anxiety, stress, addiction and problems relating to parenting.
Susan is passionate about empowering people in all aspects of life. She helps people embrace their authentic self, develop compassion towards self and others, and live a meaningful life through transformation and healing. Susan uses an integrative style of therapy drawing from Biblical principles and evidence-based practices in psychology to transform and heal people. As a young mother, she is naturally inclined to help women deal with postpartum stress, life transitions, balancing multiple roles, overcoming shame, helping couples rebuild trust and experience a transformed life.
In her personal time Susan loves to read, write, travel, enjoy nature and spend quality time with family and friends. She has also authored several books including ‘Prayers: Transforming life and making a difference’ and ‘God, Husband & Wife: Power of Gospel Centered Marriage’.