Suzan E Wolpow is a licensed psychotherapist with over 20 years of professional experience. She works with individuals, couples and groups, as well as teaching, and providing consultation and training in a variety of settings.
Her specialties include helping individuals to enhance both their confidence and abilities in using personally effective communication skills ("clear voice" communication) both at work and in one's personal life. This generally includes an increase in one’s sense of clarity about what matters to you and some practical negotiation approaches aimed at getting beyond relationship hurdles of any kind.
Another specialty area includes working with women around issues that arise related to motherhood. This includes supporting new, and not so new moms in addressing challenges related to parenting, issues left from one’s own upbringing, sorting out role issues with one's partner and clarifying life balance decisions. Issues for older new moms are another specific focus, as are postpartum adjustment issues, and pregnancy loss. She also works with couples and with men around similar concerns.
“I feel as though I connect with you in a way that is really helping me to make progress. You’re really good at what you do.”
"After all these years, I am enjoying my work and have made a commitment to doing the work I love."
"Therapy with Suzan has really helped me feel more satisfied with myself "
"I've been able to get clear on what I wanted, and work toward acheiving what I can reasonably expect within my close relationships."
"We're much better at listening and understanding one another's concerns without getting thrown off, now that we've been in couples counseling."
"Therapy has really helped me. I've gotten through the whole year of law school and feel good about it. I'm feeling more confident and feel like I'm expressing myself more"
"Our work has been invaluable in helping me to focus on my issues and to stick with working on them."
"I've been able to tell my sisters how much therapy has helped me and recommend they consider doing so for themselves."