About Susan Ann Varady
ORGANIZATIONS AND AFFILIATIONS:
National Register of Health Service Providers (Psychologist #51885)
American Psychological Association (APA)
Colorado Psychological Association (CPA)
Adjunct Faculty, Center for Creative Leadership, Colorado Springs, CO
Association for Applied Sport Psychology

LICENSURE INFORMATION:
NC Psychologist Lic #3062
CO Psychologist Lic #3702
CO Certified Nursing Assistant #781772

PAST WORK AND TRAINING SETTINGS:
Psychoanalytic Education Center of the Carolinas
Psychotherapy Supervisor to Psychiatry Residents, University of North Carolina
Adjunct Assistant Faculty, Department of Psychiatry, UNC School of Medicine
Supervisor, Duke Department of Psychiatry Residency Program
David Raft Fellowship, NC Psychoanalytic Association, 2010-2011 Fellow
North Carolina Psychological Association (NCPA)
North Carolina Psychoanalytic Society (Chair of Program Committee and Board Member)
Faculty, Carolina Institute for Clinical Pastoral Training, Charlotte, NC
Consultant, Presbyterian Samaritan Counseling Center, Charlotte, NC
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Senior Clinician, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute
APA Division 39 Section III Board Member
National Institute of Sports (NIS)  - Register of Sports Professionals
The George Washington University Counseling Center
Georgetown University Psychiatric and Counseling Service
Arlington County Community Mental Health Center
Arlington County Juvenile and Family Court Services
Alexandria Community Mental Health Center
George Mason University Psychological Clinic
Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Community Health Awareness Council, Mountain View, CA

EDUCATION and TRAINING:
Princeton University, AB, Cum Laude in History, Certificate in Hellenic Studies (1995)
College of Notre Dame, MA, Psychology (Counseling) (1997) - now Notre Dame de Namur University
George Mason University, Ph.D., Psychology (Clinical) (2002)
Psychoanalytic Education Center of the Carolinas (PECC), Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program (2012)
New Coach Orientation, Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), Colorado Springs, CO (2013)
Equestrian Mental Coach - Daniel Stewart (2014)
Pikes Peak Community College (2017 - present)
Associate of Applied Science - Nursing
Colorado State University - Pueblo RN to BSN dual enrollment program
Certified ImPACT Consultant (2018)
DR. SUSAN ANN VARADY, PH.D., PC
LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST & ASSOCIATES

Serving Colorado Springs:
Downtown & East Woodmen
Susan Ann Varady has been a psychotherapist for 20 years and a licensed
psychologist since 2004.  She loves learning and believes that all aspects of human
experience are important.  She majored in medieval history at Princeton, took
pre-veterinary medicine courses, and continues to enjoy these subjects and others.

 
Dr. Varady is passionate about health and believes that both mental and physical
health are vitally important. She has also helped patients lose weight, reduce eating
disorder symptoms, and make healthy lifestyle choices.  Dr. Varady's style is
supportive, encouraging, non-judgmental, and inquisitive.  She works with her
patients to explore their past experiences and the impact of those experiences on
their current difficulties, while supporting positive behavior change and symptom
reduction.


Dr. Varady is currently pursuing a nursing degree to enhance her knowledge of the
mind-body connection.
She will complete her RN/BSN in 2020 will continue to
train as a nurse practitioner/APN.
Dr. Susan Ann Varady, Ph.D.                                                                 Copyright 2015 Dr. Susan Ann Varady. Ph.D. All rights reserved.
Licensed Psychologist
Colorado Springs, CO
Downtown: 524 N. Tejon St.
Woodmen: 3210 E. Woodmen Rd. Ste 110              
Voicemail: 719.646.4067
Mobile/Text: 719.393.2027
susan.varady@gmail.com
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Susan on KOAA discussing social media use and mental health