Susannah Pipkin, LMSW
Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Brigham Young University-Idaho
Master of Social Work from Northwest Nazarene University
Licensed Master of Social Worker
Completed Qualitative Research study in Idaho Falls regarding Sex Addiction, EMDR training, Completed Level II Gottman Method for Couples, Continuing education in Sex therapy for Adults and Couples
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), Play therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Level II Gottman Method for Couples, and she is currently studying Sex therapy for adults and couples
Susannah Pipkin received her undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho in social work. While in her undergraduate program, she interned at the Department of Health and Welfare with the ACT team providing CBRS services to adults. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in social work, she began her studies at Northwest Nazarene University on the Idaho Falls campus. While earning her master's degree, she completed her clinical internship at High Country Behavioral Health in Idaho Falls where she provided individual psychotherapy to adults and teens.
Susannah utilizes a variety of psycho-therapeutic and evidence-based approaches; including eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), solution focused therapy (SFT), play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Level II Gottman Method for couples, and she is currently studying sex therapy for adults and couples. These modalities have been proven to help address a large spectrum of mental health concerns; such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationship distress. Susannah loves empowering clients to find their own hope and relief, with a particular interest in helping couples.
Susannah has worked with a variety of clients with differing religious, cultural, and sexual backgrounds. Susannah understands the complexities surrounding religious culture and mental health and enjoys supporting clients on their journey. Susannah believes that every human being has the capacity to find and achieve mental health and considers it a privilege to be a part of the process.