Dr. Sue Cornbluth
Expert in High-Conflict Situations
Leader In Child Advocacy
A nationally recognized expert in high conflict parenting situations and parent alienation, Dr. Sue has been named “2016 Woman of the Year in the field of Education and Health Care by Women of Distinction Business Magazine. She also received the award of, “Top Advocate and Professor for Human Rights by The Good Will Ambassador of World Peace.”
Dr. Sue Cornbluth, also known as “Dr. Sue,” is not afraid to express her direct opinions about the most controversial topics and is often referred to as a “power house” for child advocacy. Dr. Sue is a regular mental health contributor for an array of networks and television shows, and has contributed to several national publications including, Associated Press, US Weekly, Parenting, and the Huffington Post. She can speak on a wide range of issues including, divorce, child abuse, parenting issues, estranged relationships and current events.
Dr. Sue earned her reputation as a leading expert in child abuse and victims’ rights during the Jerry Sandusky trial. Her psychological commentary on the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, was broadcasted nationally.
Dr. Sue recently released her second book, Building Self-Esteem in Children and Teens Who Are Fostered or Adopted. Her manual, “The Ambiguous Foster Child: Attachment, Separation, Loss and Loyalty,” received national recognition and is often used for trainings at child welfare facilities throughout the United States and around the world.
Dr. Sue was honored by the Child Welfare League of America for her work in foster care. She was also twice-named “Woman of the Week” in Philadelphia for her work with underprivileged children. She travels throughout the country speaking at conferences about her work.
Dr. Sue began her career in the field of foster care. It was there that she learned how to connect with abused children by building a safe and trusting relationship with each child she counseled. This experience later propelled Dr. Sue to become involved in establishing her own coaching business “Parenting Beyond Trauma, LLC” where she provides expert consultations and coaching sessions for parents struggling to help themselves and their children move through and beyond traumatic events.
Dr. Sue’s passion is to make a difference in the lives of traumatized children by educating parents and professionals about how to help children succeed in life. She fights hard every single day to encourage the family court system to make decisions that are in the best interest of children.
Dr. Sue holds a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, is a certified parenting coach and was a former professor of Psychology at Temple University.
She resides in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania with her husband and two children.