Honoring 100 for the 100th: Suzy Ewing

Image of Suzy EwingSuzy Ewing has worked in the Social Services field for 43 years, serving in the role of Therapist, EAP Provider, Crisis Responder, Supervisor, Clinical Director, and Administrator. Suzy has specialized training and experience in addictions, trauma, grief, child development, and family therapy. She has provided services in a variety of venues: residential, inpatient, outpatient, and home based and school based programs. Suzy received her Master of Education in 1973 in Guidance and Counseling, and her Master of Social Work from the University of Oklahoma in 1980.

Most of her career she has been affiliated with both for-profit and not-for-profit Mental Health agencies and Hospitals. At present, Suzy maintains a Private Practice. She provides licensure supervision for LCSW and LMFT candidates, and contracts with Tulsa Community Service Council as the Clinical Director for the Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy and Prevention Program, housed in Union Public Schools.

Through the years Suzy has utilized her training and skills in social work, problem resolution, relationship building, and cultural awareness to enhance her community activism. She has participated on numerous community boards, presented workshops and trainings, actively advocated for social changes, and is a long-time member at All Souls Unitarian Church, where she has been involved on the Pastoral Care Team, the Ministerial Intern Committee, and facilitating children and adult programming.

4 comments (Add your own)

1. Greer Fited wrote:
So glad to see you here, Suzy! I've admired your positive attitude and outstanding work for a long time.

Mon, March 27, 2017 @ 8:44 AM

2. Don Anderson wrote:
Congratulations, Suzy!
Your good works and steady advocacy
for change has made Tulsa a better place.

Mon, March 27, 2017 @ 3:01 PM

3. Laura Thompson wrote:
A well deserved honor! Much congratulations!

Sat, May 6, 2017 @ 11:41 AM

4. Catherine Claybrook wrote:
Congratulations Suzy! Thank you for being a wonderful role model and positive influence to me and the social work profession.

Thu, September 7, 2017 @ 11:51 AM

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