Susan Latta holds a license in Marriage and Family Therapy in California, Georgia and Tennessee. She currently has a private practice in Chattanooga, Tennessee where she continues her 29 years of counseling experience. She welcomes individuals, families and couples to her practice.
Susan accepts individuals needing help with most any issue including depression, anxiety, self-esteem and relationship issues. Susan's expertise is grief counseling and she has a special interest in working with the LGBTQ community.
Susan holds a Fellowship in Thanatology (the study of death and dying). As the Director of Bereavement Services at Hospice of Chattanooga Susan spent 18 years developing one of the foremost bereavement programs in the country. Her passion for working with children led her to grow the only program in the area helping them cope with the loss of a loved one. Through her private practice Susan continues her work as a grief counselor, helping others navigate the difficult journey though loss and grief. Susan is considered one of the foremost grief counselors in the region.
The core of Susan’s family therapy is strengthening family relationships through better communication and understanding the rolls and responsibilities each member plays within the family system. She has a special affinity for working with children and adolescents.
Susan helps couples find resolutions to their issues through improving their communication skills and helping them understand each other’s perspective. She also sees couples for premarital counseling.
Susan studied with Carolyn Braddock, one of the foremost trauma therapists in the United States. She is certified in the Braddock Body Process which enables her to work with traumatic life experiences including sexual and emotional abuse.
To contact Susan call 423-362-1094