"You helped me claim my life. Not reclaim, no. Claim. Anyone who has birthed a child knows once you bring new life into the world, the life you once knew is over. Unmoored in new motherhood, you helped me to see that letting go of some of my previous life was not a loss, but a benefit. You helped me learn to look forward instead of grasping at what was behind me. I've been able to integrate the important parts of my old life into this new expansive world of family."
"Susan was so incredibly helpful as I adjusted to having my baby home after a traumatic birth and lengthy hospital stay. I am so grateful that I could bring my infant with me to the appointments, or use Telehealth, to get the help I needed conveniently without having to find a babysitter. Thank you again for everything!"
"Sue really helped me process my unexpected birth experience. She also provides a safe and comfortable space to discuss the very real challenges of being a mother and life in general. Thanks!"
"I can't believe how much I've learned about myself since seeking help with you, and how far I've come since having my son! Thank you so much!"
"After working with Susan virtually for only a short period of time, I was able to make great gains during my grief process. Susan was gentle and tender while still attending to all of my concerns. By the end of each session, Susan had helped me realize so much about myself and connect so many dots; I felt like I was discovering new things about myself each time. Thanks so much!"
"When I first started with you I was so lost in motherhood, talking to you felt like a chore. Both times I came to you, I felt like I was drowning. But luckily with your help, I’m slowly but very surely becoming the mother I always wanted and knew I’d be. Thank you for all your guidance and insight, leading me to where I am now. I wouldn’t be the mom, wife and moreover woman I am today. Thank you doesn’t even feel like it encompasses my appreciation."
"The work you and I have done together has been completely life changing for me and it’s hard to express the deep appreciation I have for you in a meaningful way. I want you to know that I will be forever grateful for you and I will treasure you throughout the rest of my life. I was drowning when I met you and now I’m on firm ground. I hear you speak to me in some situations…"'J' give yourself grace.” “You’re a good mom.” “You deserve better.” Thank you. I truly thank you for everything. I know God sent you to me as my lifesaver.