Helping Children Make Positive Changes in Behavior, Attitudes and Emotions


Areas of Expertise
♦Behaviors at home and/or school
♦Emotional outbursts
♦Sibling or parent relationships
♦Discipline problems
♦ADHD symptoms
♦Anxiety
♦Family changes
♦Grief and loss
♦Bullying
♦General school concerns
♦Adoption
♦Please inquire about concerns you have if they are not listed

counselor for chldren

Susan M Twyman, MEd, LPC, NCC, RPT
4231 Lake Cliff Dr
Clemmons, NC
(336)782-2233
theybrtherapyctr@gmail.com

The Yellow Brick Road Therapy Center

Professional Child and Parent Counselor:
Susan M. Twyman, MEd, LPC, NCC

Professional Credentials:
I am a National Certified Counselor, a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Registered Play Therapist.

Professional Organizations:experienced child counselor
American Counseling Association
American School Counselor Association
North Carolina School Counselor Association
Association for Play Therapy
North Carolina Association for Play Therapy

Education:
*University of North Carolina-Greensboro, MEd Counseling
*Wake Forest University, BA Sociology

Work History:
*Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools:
Southwest Elementary School
Ashley Middle School

*Our Lady of Mercy Catholic School
*Catholic Social Services: Hand to Hand Program, Adoptions Services
*Forsyth County Department of Social Services

 


I understand the daily challenges of parenthood, having raised two children. I have experience with a wide variety of children in a number of settings including counseling children in foster care, conducting home studies for prospective adoptive parents and working with pregnant and parenting teens. During the past 22 years, I have been employed as a guidance counselor with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools for both middle school and elementary school children. I have volunteered as a group leader for girls at Hospice/Palliative Care's Camp Carousel and, in April 2013, received the Camp Carousel Award for Outstanding Volunteer. My experience in the school system and service agencies has given me insight into the complex world of today's child.

As a counselor, it is very important that the children I work with are comfortable with me. During our time together, my clients and I develop a relationship of mutual trust and respect. I provide acceptance and support for the client so that they can comfortably and confidently move forward on their journey toward positive change.