Dr. Susan Hall is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Washington and has worked in social service and counseling settings since 1991.
After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in social work from Anderson University in 1991, Susan co-founded a transitional housing program for women and children in central Indiana where she directed the program until her entry into graduate training in 1998.
Susan received her Doctor of Ministry in International Feminist Theology from San Francisco Theological Seminary in May of 2008. She was fortunate to study abroad with women from every continent while learning the perspectives of feminist theologians from around the world. Her program at SFTS was coordinated by the late Letty Russell, Ph.D., one of the world’s foremost feminist theologians and long-time member of the Yale Divinity School faculty.
In 2009, Dr. Hall co-founded Seattle Therapy Alliance (STA) with the two-fold vision of training graduate counseling students in feminist psychotherapy while simultaneously making low-cost therapy available to local women.
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