Susan Cook graduated from Longwood University in 1995, Summa Cum Laude, Valedictorian, with a B.S. in Psychology and endorsement in Education. In 1997, she earned a M.S. degree in College & Community Counseling from Longwood University. In 1998, she earned an endorsement in School Counseling. In May of 2014, she became an LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor, with the NCC designation as a National Board-Certified Counselor.
Susan currently works at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. She supervises students pursuing counseling licensure and she also serves as the faculty advisor of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) at Liberty University. Susan believes in the importance of resiliency, hope, faith, and perseverance through adversity. She is compassionate counselor who seeks to help clients find their unique purpose.
She has served as both the President and Treasurer of the Virginia Alliance for School Counseling which is a division of the Virginia Counselors Association. She is currently the President-Elect for Virginia ASERVIC (Virginia’s Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling.) Susan also is a member of Virginia’s Association of Addictions Counseling.
Susan served as an adjunct instructor at John Tyler Community College from 2013-2018 and she has worked as an LPC in private practice since 2014. Susan has two children, Logan Cook (age 19, who attends Virginia Wesleyan) and Lauren Cook (age 15, who attends Virginia Episcopal School).