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 are the use of personally effective communication skills (clear voice communication), addressing life balance issues, particularly for parents. She also specializes in work with new moms and older new moms in particular. Ms. Wolpow provides consultation and training in finding one's clear voice both personally and at work. Ms. Wolpow provides workshops at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Harvard University, MIT, the Boston, Cambridge and Lexington Adult Education Centers, and at Mass Bay Community College on a variety of topics. Within a variety of community-based Family Centers she also presents workshops for women on clear voice communication and on life balance issues. She worked for 16 years providing treatment and psychiatric rehab services to adults, running programs within a community mental health and rehabilitation setting and provided training and staff supervision. She was a trainer for professionals earning a certificate in Psychiatric Vocational Rehabilitation at Boston University's Center.