Meg Sussman is a clinical psychologist who has been working with individuals, couples and families for over 25 years. During that time she has specialized in helping divorcing couples transition to the next phase of their lives so that all family members can have the best possible outcome.
Dr. Sussman has been an active member of the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals from its inception and is on the leadership committee of the Northern Westchester Collaborative Pod.
Dr. Sussman has held positions at Schneiders Children Hospital, the Northern Westchester Guidance Clinic and New York Presbyterian Hospital. She is currently a staff psychologist at the Purchase College Counseling Center. Dr. Sussman is a former Board Member of Westchester PEACE, an educational program for divorcing parents. She is also the past president of the Women’s Division of the Westchester County Psychological Association. Dr. Sussman has given presentations to physicians, attorneys, law students and mental health professionals about the effect of divorce on children and parents.
As a collaborative professional, Dr. Sussman serves as a child specialist, giving voice to the needs of children. She is also a divorce coach where she helps individuals learn how to communicate more effectively, develop parenting plans and cope with the emotions they experience during this difficult time in their lives.
In addition to her psychotherapy and collaborative practice, Dr. Sussman maintains a forensic practice in which she conducts child custody evaluations, therapeutic supervised visitation and parent coordination.