Sue English, MSW, LCSW, CADC
Sue is a featured expert in the media and a published contributor in the following publications.
As the pandemic continues, kids are turning to meditation to manage anxiety
Experts say kids who feel anxious about the COVID-19 pandemic or have trouble falling asleep may benefit from developing their own meditation practice.
I’m a mom who hates Halloween and I’m not alone. Here’s how parents cope with disliking the scary, sugar-binge holiday.
I hate Halloween. I always have, and I’m pretty sure I always will. Despite my love of chocolate and
What Happens to Your Mental Health When
You’re Out of Work for Over a Year?
Millions have been out of a job for 6 months or longer due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Why You Shouldn’t Undermine Your Partner’s Parenting
When parents contradict each other in front of their kid, it can impact how the child interacts with the world long after they leave the house.
Adapting to Change: Why It’s Important and Tips to Do It
If change feels like an uncomfortable process, you’re certainly not alone. We asked a few experts on how to cope.
How to Challenge Irrational Thoughts: 5 Ways
Irrational thoughts can place you under pressure and drain your energy. Here are some ways you can challenge and overcome them.
How to Deal With a Narcissistic Mother
We all know the saying, “You can’t choose your family.” But what if you’re being raised by a narcissist?
How to Deal With Uncertainty in a Relationship
Relationships can be complicated. It’s not just one person who has to figure it all out—both parties must compromise and work together
What to Say to Someone Who Had a Miscarriage
Miscarriage is a topic that isn’t often talked about. When someone you know tells you they’ve had a miscarriage, it can be difficult to know what to say or do to help them
Here’s What Happens If Your Prescription Opioid Abuse Goes Untreated
Opioids are claiming lives at an overwhelming rate, and overdoses on these drugs are drastically reducing the life expectancy of Americans.
Is Someone You Love Dealing With Anxiety? Here Are 4 Actionable Ways to Help Them
Watching someone in our lives struggle with anxiety isn’t easy. Mental health is a sensitive subject
Expert Tips for Reaching Out To Estranged Family Members
Drifting apart from family members can happen for a lot reasons: political disagreements, lack of communication, differing parenting styles.
20 Expert-Approved Ways To Stop Overthinking Your Relationship
Meeting someone that you hope to be with long term is exciting. It can also be nerve-racking, especially if you get in your head about it.
Trauma Therapy Can Help Survivors Heal and Move Forward
Perhaps more than any time in modern history, we are talking about mental health—with our families, friends, and even at work.
10 TAKEAWAYS FROM 2020
When life gives you 2020, you take time to reflect on what this year has truly brought and what lessons you have learned.
Best Online Master’s in Social Work (MSW) Programs of 2021
Taking two years of full-time study, an online master’s degree in social work prepares students to serve their communities during times of great challenge.
Children Turning To Meditation To Cope With COVID Stress
As the pandemic continues, children are turning to meditation to help them cope with some of the anxiety they are feeling.