Sue Dilsworth, PhD

Adjunct Faculty Member

Dr. Sue Dilsworth is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Yoga Therapist. I have worked as a psychologist in university settings, non-profit agencies and private practice for the past 14 years. I embrace integrative practices and incorporates a variety of therapeutic approaches (Mindfulness, CBT, DBT, etc.) to establish treatments that are specifically designed to meet individual needs. I support and encourage clients in a process that is compassionate and empowering. I enjoy working with teens, adults, and senior citizens. I have a diverse background in terms of interests and training and welcome the opportunity to work with diverse populations.

Education: 

Ph.D - Capella University

MA, Western Michigan University

Licensure: 
LP (state of MI)
Email address: 
sue.dilsworth@alfredadler.edu
Office Phone: 
877-932-4446
Fax: 
888-972-8714
Professional Membership: 

American Psychological Association

Michigan Psychological Association

Professional Practice: 

10 Years Clinical Practice in University setting

5 Years Private Practice

Select Publications: 

Zaugra, J., Bossick, B., Dilsworth, S., & Terry, S. (2010). Liberal Education, Your Intentional Career Path. Dubuque, IA: Kendal Hunt

Publishing Company.

Dilsworth, S., Roberts, A., Bossick, B., Bakht, M. & Gildner, J., (2008, Spring/Summer). Willingness of College Students to Participate

in General Therapy Groups. Michigan Journal of College Student Development,13(1).

Academic History (higher ed experience): 

Grand Valley State University: Recreation Department

Ferris State University: Recreation Department

Michigan Technological University: Psychology Department