About capitol counseling
Meet the Counselors
Therapist/OwnerSusan’s main focus is to help people become more aware of their unlimited potential. She sees her clients as individuals who have the power to change their own lives for the better, and she wants to help them do it! An alumni of South Dakota State University, Susan recieved her Master’s of Science in both counseling and human resources development. She has over fifteen years of experience as a counselor and specializes in individual, couples and family therapy, and clinical hypnosis.
William Robinson- Ms,LPC
Therapist/OwnerAfter spending four years in the U.S. Marine Corps, Bill was honorably discharged and went on to earn his MS from Bellevue University in 2010. A Licensed Professional Counselor, Bill is currently working towards earning his Doctorate in Behavioral Health from Arizona State University. He wants to see families succeed, and specializes in marriage counseling and family therapy. He enjoys an active lifestyle and lives in Cheyenne with his own family, whom he loves to spend his free time with.
Thomas Kirk- MA,LPC,BCPC
Therapist/OwnerTom has over twenty years of practical experience under his belt in the fields of psychology, therapy, and counseling. He recieved his Ph.D in 2003 from Kennedy Western University, and has continued to grow his knowledge of psychology ever since. Tom has been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Problem Solving Therapy, Reality Therapy, Play Therapy, and Clinical Hypnosis. He specializes in pain management, incorporating clinical hypnotherapy and biofeedback into many of his treatments. Tom enjoys being involved in his community, and is currently the Chairman of the Licensing Board of Wyoming Radiological Technologists.
What We Do
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"Very inviting and quiet office. The counselors are all friendly and professional!"
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