Susan Fee, Therapist in Redmond, WA

Susan Fee, MA, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

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Susan is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Redmond, WA providing support to clients in Redmond and the greater Eastside.


Everybody has a story. Authentic life stories provide a clear sense of purpose, direction, and meaning. But, when struggling, your story can be confusing and painful. Inauthentic stories can lead you down a path of damaged relationships, poor self-care, and risky behavior. You can't always change the circumstances or the characters, but you can always change your role and personal narrative.


Choosing a therapist is an important decision and I appreciate you considering my services. Here’s a little bit about me to help you decide if I’d be a good match:


Professionally, I’m a Nationally Board Certified Counselor, Certified Professional Coach, and Certified Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator practitioner.


In addition to being a counselor, I'm also a wife, mother, sister, TEDx presenter, business trainer, presentations skills coach, executive coach, storyteller and author. I’ve written several books on the topics that interest me most including 101 Ideas & Insights About Resolving Conflict, 101 Ideas & Insights for Making Your Message Stick, Manager’s Motivation Handbook, Circle of F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Facilitator’s Guide, and the college survival guide, My Roommate is Driving Me Crazy!​

I address a range of issues and consider myself an especially good fit for:


  • Anyone experiencing relationship conflicts, personally or professionally

  • Business professionals seeking work-life balance, stress management, or managing presentation anxiety

  • Individuals experiencing major life transitions such as death, illness, job loss, empty nest, retirement & breakups

  • College-age students struggling to adjust


You can expect an interactive style with a splash of humor. I'm action-oriented, using a cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused approach. Remember, you don’t have to feel bad to get better.