Suzanne Koelling

Suzanne does individual, couple, group, or family counseling. Suzanne is interested in working with adults, adolescents, individuals, families and couples.


"We meet ourselves time and time again in a thousand disguises on the path of life." Carl Jung

Suzanne comes from a prior career as a Business Executive with experience in understanding both the difficulty and importance of work-life balance. She is currently a graduate student at MidAmerica Nazarene University specializing in Marriage, Family, Couples Counseling. Her passion is to help individuals, couples and families heal, learn and grow so they experience greater connection and fulfillment in relationship with themselves and others. She is especially interested in working with relational distress, helping individuals overcome obstacles to their personal well-being, trauma, shame, and intimacy. Her approach to counseling is holistic, with attention given to each client's emotional, social, spiritual, and physical well-being


Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Inner Healing, Life Transitions, Marriage, Personal Issues, Trauma, Women's Issues, Relational Issues


Her approach to counseling is holistic, with attention given to each client's emotional, social, spiritual, and physical well-being.


Bachelor of Arts, Psychology & Human Resources



Self-Pay, Reduced Rates Available


Flexible Hours


To pre-register for an appointment, please click on the button below.  For additional information, contact me (info above) or email our office at renew@renewkc.com.

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