Liane de Souza
A native of Brazil, Liane de Souza has been a faculty at Southern Adventist University’s School of Education and Psychology since 2003. Liane also worked full-time at the Counseling and Testing Services where she coordinated counseling services to Sothern’s students. Liane de Souza holds a Ph.D. in General Education Psychology from Walden University and a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health and Marriage and Family Therapy from Southern Adventist University. In addition, she holds a BA degree in languages, double majoring in Portuguese and English, a BS in Education, majoring in Elementary and Secondary Teaching, a BS in Education, double majoring in School Supervision and Administration, and an AS in Nursing. Liane is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Clinical Supervisor (LPCC-S), a National Certified Counselor (NBCC), and Professional Life Coaching (LC). Liane is a certified EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) provider. In addition, she has several certifications in crisis management, emergency services, children and school crisis, and substance abuse crisis. Her specialties include stress management, coping skills, self-esteem problems, anger management, depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief, couples and family conflicts, emotional and behavioral problems. Liane enjoys helping people as a therapist and a professor by using her knowledge of human behavior to promote mind development and transformation of lives. She seeks to see Jesus in every creature and treats all as we would like to be treated. Liane loves to spend time with her family – her husband, three grown up children, and four grandsons. Her hobbies include listening to music, reading, and travelling. When in Brazil, she travelled to most states and lived in three of them. Likewise, in USA, she visited several states and lived in three.