At Life Solutions, we are here to help you make life better. Our crew includes owner and therapist Susan, therapist Joel, and office assistant Sherri.
Meet Susan Peach, a family-loving, creative and generally positive person that loves seeing people connect with good things in life. Facilitating that process is deeply satisfying for her, and almost daily leaves her thinking she has the best job in the world.
Susan’s credentials include licensure and board certification as a Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado. She is passionate about making a difference, one person, couple or family at a time. You’ll find her to be a good listener, supportive, innovative, and goal directed. Susan offers traditional talk therapy that includes approaches that will help. These include effective new methods such as IFS (internal family systems), evidence-based therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, prolonged exposure therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy, along with tried and true methods such as client-centered therapy, family systems therapy, and existentialism. For those preferring a more holistic approach, Susan can provide creative arts therapy, somatic approaches, and energy psychology techniques. She has specialty certifications in traumatic stress studies as well as integrative medicine (complementary and alternative medicine).
Susan enjoys bicycling, hiking, gardening and other creative pursuits, as well as meals and laughter with her family and friends. As a University of Kansas graduate, she makes time to follow the KU Jayhawks, and also follows the Colorado Springs Thunder professional inline hockey team. She has three sons, a daughter-in-law and a new grand daughter, and lives east of Black Forest CO with her husband, dogs, cats and birds, and enough dirt to grow a garden.
Life Solutions is pleased that Joel Cutter, LPCC is building his practice with us. Joel holds a masters degree in clinical mental health from Adams State University and is currently working as a therapist for Aspen Pointe in addition to seeing private practice clients on Tuesdays. His specialties include mindful meditation and LGBTQ.
Joel is open-minded, focused, and is passionate about working with people of all backgrounds. He feels strongly that empathy, compassion, and being supportive are essential parts of the communication process.
Joel enjoys hiking and exploring, reading and cooking and spending time with his family and friends. He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife and three children.