I’m Susan Jedd and I became a licensed clinical professional counselor in 1991. After graduation, I took a long break to raise my children and, in the process, became a student of human development and attachment. I have been fascinated by the parent-child relationship since I became a mom. I hold a B.A. in psychology and an M.A. in counseling psychology. I have been providing counseling services to children, teens, and adults at the Bozeman nCenter since 2014. I approach my clients with acceptance and compassion, as well as a sense of fun.
My theoretical orientation is grounded in person-centered therapy with a focus on the importance of interpersonal attachments for building safe emotional connections with others and an empowered sense of self. In particular, I have studied and implemented the work of Gordon Neufeld who focuses on building strong connections that support children’s maturation, development, and secure sense of self.
I am trained in emotionally focused therapy (EFT), which I believe can bring a level of emotional resolution to relationships that is deeply healing. My goal is to provide a therapeutic relationship that makes important emotional shifts possible. I believe that each person has a need to connect deeply with family and friends and I value helping remove blocks to forming solid connections.
I work to remain open-minded to my clients’ experiences, while seeking to connect them to the best evidence-based practices available. Pairing counseling with neurotherapy supports my clients’ ability to make lasting, positive life-changes.
I love to share my experience of improving family relationships through deep mutual connection. My adorable therapy dog Gus is also committed to helping through connecting–and he’s hypoallergenic!
Susan Jedd, LCPC
1043 Stoneridge Dr, Suite 2
Bozeman, MT 59718
Call the nCenter at (406) 599-2492 to schedule with Susan.