Sue Levin, Ph.D.

Sue Levin, Ph.D. Sugar Land, Texas, United States

Sue Levin, Ph.D., has been a Marriage & Family Therapist since 1990, and a Licensed Professional Counselor since 1983. She is a clinician and supervisor, as well as the executive director of the Houston Galveston Institute (HGI), one of the most highly acclaimed post-graduate training programs in our country. HGI is the home of Collaborative Therapy and Dialogical Practices and is a vibrant learning community. HGI has been privileged to partner with community agencies to serve underprivileged and multi-problem populations with funding from leading foundations in the greater Houston area. Sue’s special interests include disaster and crisis mental health, mind-body skills, and working with unpopular and underserved clientele.

HGI has been a partner in the Greater Houston Healing Collaborative, and with the Center for Mind-Body Medicine since 2018, to offer training to address community healing after Hurricane Harvey. This wonderful opportunity increased Sue’s interest and growth practicing mind-body skills, and she has been a faculty member of CMBM since 2019. Sue enjoys sharing the CMBM model and skills by doing groups, supervision and trainings with a variety of diverse communities.