Suzi Sena

Suzi Sena is a licensed professional counselor (LPC), which creates the opportunity for her to provide integrative counseling services to individuals, families, and couples. In other words, she gets to do the work that she loves by assisting others to find their path towards healing, growing, fulfillment, and communication.

Throughout Suzi’s education, training, professional and volunteer experience, she has placed an emphasis on a humanistic model of nurturing health while integrating the medical model when appropriate. Suzi holds the belief that when the impediments to growth are understood and removed, we are naturally wired to heal and to grow.

Being employed in human resource, education, and mental health settings for over 15 years has given Suzi a unique perspective of the challenges clients face. With integrating her formal credentials and work experience, she utilizes a holistic approach and incorporates different therapeutic techniques to encompass all areas of a client’s challenge.

Find out more about Suzi Sena’s counseling approach

Certifications & Licenses

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) – State of New Jersey
  • Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) – National Board of Certified Counselors
  • Master Career Counselor (MCC) – National Career Development Association
  • EMDR Level II Therapist – EMDR Institute
  • Professional in Human Resources (PHR) – Human Resource Certification Institute
  • Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW) – Professional Association of Resume Writers & Career Coaches
  • Myers Briggs Type Indicator Certified Practitioner – CPP, Inc
  • Michelangelo Method Certified Coach
  • Yogafit Level 3 Instructor – Yogafit

Education

  • Educational Specialist Degree (EdS, Post Masters Program) – Family and Marriage Therapy – The College of New Jersey
  • Masters – Counselor Education – Kean University
  • Masters – Industrial Organizational Psychology – Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • Bachelors – Psychology – Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • Human Resource Management Certificate – Fairleigh Dickinson University

Professional Memberships

  • American Counseling Association
  • International Association of Family and Marriage Counselors
  • National Career Development Association
  • National Board of Certified Counselors
  • Professional Association of Resume Writers and Career Coaches
  • Society for Human Resource Management

Credentials are important to have and show how counselors have evolved in their career and the ethics they abide by, but they do not guarantee a great counselor. As you start your journey to find someone to work with, listen to your own sense of the potential connection between you and the counselor. That connection and the quality of the relationship that is built, is as important as the counselor’s licensure and credentials.

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