About Suzanne

Suzanne WachtelSuzanne Wachtel

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Direct Contact: (631) 525-3646

Email: swachtelcsw@gmail.com

Suzanne Wachtel has been practicing for many years helping couples, families, and individuals cope with the number of stressful obstacles that  they must deal with in life. She is very seasoned and experienced with a variety of mental health issues. She specializes in helping people get back on track and learn insight into moving forward in their lives. From adolescents to seniors, she has worked using behavioral modification, coping strategies, and techniques that will bring change into the lives of her patients and those that care for them.

She is licensed and certified to help people who are willing to improve their mental health with strategies and support. Suzanne is dedicated to her patients and goes above and beyond to help them improve their lives.

Suzanne Wachtel offers convenient hours for couples, families, and individuals including individual and groups that will assist her patients in moving forward and achieving the results they are looking for.

Her education experience includes obtained a Masters Degree in Social Work from Adelphi University. She is also the coauthor of a published parenting book and has been featured in Newsday for her therapy practice.

Suzanne is the author of Losing A Loved One: From Grief To Joy, a new workbook with an upbeat swing to a very painful topic. She also leads workshops on empowerment, relationships, dating, self awareness and healing our inner selves through the trying times in our lives. Suzanne has often been referred to as an “emotional healer!”

Suzanne is also the author of Like Mother, Like Son: A Mom’s Guide to Raising Healthy Children. An inspirational book that offers new strategies that work when raising children. These techniques will help you handle situations that determine whether or not your children will survive. The book covers important parenting topics from success in school, dealing with divorce, handling learning disabilities, mental illness, peer pressure and discipline strategies that work. In this book will learn about a “sex-sit down,” the four essential rules of parenting, how to receive and give respect to your children, and to understand how many parents face severe parenting problems.

Suzanne currently has developed a brand new approach to marriage and relationship counseling: The 4 Way Marriage Counseling

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