Susan Lambrose, MA, earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Creative Writing/Communications and a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology from AUSB. She is an LMFT (Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist), and formerly worked at Crescend Health (formerly named Phoenix of Santa Barbara) for 9 years, in the outpatient dual diagnosis program. That program closed due to financial challenges at the end of 2017. She is now the Clinical Services and Senior Programs Coordinator, and continues to do individual counseling, with Jewish Family Service – an agency that offers counseling to a variety of populations in Santa Barbara on a sliding scale fee. She currently teaches Service Learning in the Community, a required course for all BA students who entered Antioch before Summer of 2018.
In addition, Susan often teaches a Special Topics in Psychology seminar: “Expressive Writing as a Healing Art: Therapeutic Journaling for Personal Growth and Working With Others.” In her free time Susan enjoys spending time with her husband, family and friends, writing poetry, and escaping into the peace of nature.
“She really believes in what she is teaching. It’s her own life philosophy and that helps to inspire us.”
– Student in Service Learning, Summer 2010
“I think Susan has a lot to bring to our Antioch experience. The experiences in the Service Learning components are invaluable.”
– Student in Service Learning, Winter 2011