Suzanne Piotrowski

About Our Practice

Stress can have a severe impact on our mental, emotional, and physical health. All life stages can experience stress from babies and children through adults. Sometimes stress can come from the past while creating problems in the present.

Finding the best way to cope can be hard, and we may not always have the support we need to make it through those tough times. Having someone to talk to about those wellbeing damaging issues could be the piece that changes the process from struggle to freedom.

How can I help?

My goal is to provide individualized care based on your personal needs, experiences, and goals.

Therapy is a collaborative effort, which works best in a comfortable and safe environment. Finding a therapist who fits your expectations, and can provide that protected environment, can be a challenge. I hope to offer you that space to explore your thoughts, experiences, and emotions, through my passion for helping people on the path to their best life.

My work involves a person-centered dynamic, which is trauma-sensitive, culture-sensitive, and affirming. Treatment may include psychodynamic, ACT, CBT, mindfulness, play therapy, and strengths-based concepts, and insight into the mind-body connection from neurocounseling perspectives, and over a decade of experience in bodywork therapies.

Gottman trained for Couples therapy, and Family Systems and Attachment focused on relationship and family therapy.

Suzanne Piotrowski is a LIMHP, and graduate of Northwestern University with an M.A. in Mental Health Counseling. She has well over a decade of experience in the health and wellness field, and a B.S. in Massage Therapy and Professional Communication. She has clinical experience with children and adolescents ages 3 to 17, as well as adults, couples, and families.