Susanna Carlson, LCSW received her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Fordham University. She is a Certified Sex Therapist by AASECT (American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists) and received specialized training in Holistic Sex Therapy from the Institute for Sexuality Education and Enlightenment (ISEE). Susanna has also received general training in couple therapy, adolescent sexuality, psychological assessment, substance abuse treatment, and crisis management.

Susanna is licensed as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in two states: Connecticut and Utah.

Susanna's offices in Greenwich, Danbury and Woodbury, CT are conveniently located to serve clients in Connecticut and New York.

"Not your traditional therapist, I am known for my authentic and direct style combining various techniques and creative solutions with a unique perspective you can benefit from. My education, training, and personal journey as a daughter, partner, and mother of three young adults allow me to assist you in finding meaning and purpose in your life.

As a sex therapist, I create a compassionate and judgment-free space for you to explore your most intimate challenges working toward the goals you set for the process. Infidelity and relationship conflict bring to my office couples as well as individuals, who express appreciation for my action-oriented approach. I want to make sure you begin to untangle your current difficulties and longstanding issues from the first session.

I work with any matter related to sex and intimacy. Sexual arousal & dysfunction, desire discrepancies, pleasure enhancement, out-of-control sexual behavior, thoughtful separation, divorce & co-parenting, menopause, body image, sex & trauma, adolescent sexuality, sexual orientation as well as sexuality and aging are some of the topics my clients look to address and resolve to enhance quality of life.

Many of my clients have seen other therapists before arriving in my office. Specializing plays a critical role in my ability to help you solve what has previously been unsolvable."