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Susan Mitchell Rogers

Susan Mitchell Rogers, American psychotherapist. Diplomate American Psychotherapy Association; licensed clinical social worker, Georgia. Grantee Wardlaw Trust 15-yr grantee, Washington, since 1991. Member National Association of Social Workers, American Counseling Association, National Association Forensic Counselors, Buckhead Girls Club.

Background

  • Rogers, Susan Mitchell was born on April 19, 1937 in Atlanta. Daughter of George Raymond and Sara Perry Mitchell.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts, Blue Ridge College, 1980. Bachelor, Mercer University, 1987. Postgraduate, Harvard University, 1988.

      Master of Social Work, University Georgia, Athens, 1989. Doctor of Philosophy International University, 2001.

    Career

    • Founder, director The Red Door School, Atlanta, 1960-1965, The University Day School, Atlanta, 1964-1974. Consultant in family therapy Georgia Highlands Mental Health, Dalton, 1989. Senior child therapist Lookout Mountain Mental Health, La Fayette, Georgia, 1989-1997.

      Director Healing Bridge Counseling Center, since 1991. Director The Appalachian Incest Project, since 1991. Consultant in mental health Task Force for the Homeless, Atlanta, Department Juvenile Justice.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Psychotherapy Association. Licensed clinical social worker, Georgia.

    Works

    • Author, editor: The Women of Healing Bridge, 1997. Author: A Survivor's Guide to INcest.

    Membership

    Member National Association of Social Workers, American Counseling Association, National Association Forensic Counselors, Buckhead Girls Club.

    Connections

    • Children: Eason Jordan, Samuel Worley, III, Dodd Worley Senior.
    • father: George Raymond
    • mother: Sara Perry Mitchell
    • children: Eason Jordan Rogers
    • Samuel Worley Rogers
    • III Rogers
    • Dodd Worley Senior Rogers
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    Born April 19, 1937
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