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Sue Lipiec

Sue Lipiec, M.Ed, Ed.S, PCC-S
Director

216-373-5211

slipiec@ndc.edu

WELCOME!. I’m a licensed clinical counselor with a strong background in community mental health and higher education counseling and administration. As a cognitive behaviorist at heart, I enjoy infusing my work with a lot of humor and creativity - Lucille Ball was my idol growing up, if that tells you anything. Reflecting my Coming of Age during the era of War, Woodstock, 3.2 Beer and Flower Power my interests and hobbies embrace a love for gardening, old movies, James Taylor and jazz music, mindfulness practices and meditation. When asked what I feel my greatest strength would be I would have to save my greatest strength lies in my passion for my profession. No kidding, really! It ignites my curiosity, fuels my drive to grow both personally and professionally and it strengthens my relationships and connection with others. I just really enjoy people!

 

Tim Hall

 

Tim Hall, M.Ed, PC-CR|
Sr. Staff Therapist

216-373-6394

tchall@ndc.edu

Tim Hall is the Senior Staff Therapist of the College Counseling Center.  He is a licensed professional counselor with a background in community mental health and addictions counseling, higher education mental health counseling, and residence life.  He is currently a Clinical Resident under the supervision of Sue Lipiec, M.Ed, Ed.S, PCC-S, and anticipates receiving his Professional Clinical Counselor license in September 2014.  Tim’s therapeutic orientation draws primarily from cognitive behavioral therapy but he also draws heavily from humanistic therapy, interpersonal process theory, solution-focused therapy and existential therapy.  Tim’s areas of professional interests include anxiety and mood disorders, substance use disorders, developmental counseling, positive psychology, and the effect of the therapeutic alliance in therapy outcomes.    

 

Counseling Interns

Sheila Weaver, CT
SR, Counseling intern
sweaver@ndc.edu

216-373-6459

Kim Ettkin, CT
Counseling intern
kettkin@ndc.edu

216-373-6459