Susan was born in Montana, grew up in California, went to college in Utah (BYU), worked in Washington DC, and then moved to San Diego to get a master’s degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling (SDSU). That’s where she met her husband, who moved her to Arizona and then to Kentucky, back to California, overseas to Turkey, back to Arizona, then Maryland, Italy, and Virginia, before finally settling in Idaho. They’ve homeschooled their children through all their life adventures. Susan is a clinical hypnotherapist and enneagram mentor. She has been an LDSHE volunteer since 2014 and is currently serving as Adult Conference President for the Logan conference. She has a passionate for learning, always looking for ways to make life more fun. She loves to read, hike, and grow spiritually. She has a deep faith in Jesus Christ. Her website is

Creating Peer Group Classes

Presented By: Susan Van Cleave

Some subjects are easier and more fun to learn within a group. We as parents can search for the perfect peer group class for our child or we can create it ourselves. Susan has designed and taught several peer group classes, both on her own and as part of co-ops. She’ll give you the confidence you need to go out and create the educational opportunities your child needs.