Suzanne believes that going back to basics and learning how to have conversations at the dinner table as a family, or with loved ones, is what has allowed her family to survive all the adversity that it has. Incorporating her own lived experience through divorce and mental health struggles, Suzanne is the proud mother of two adult children both of whom have had their own struggles. Her eldest is a recovering addict and her youngest transitioned from female to male. Walking these significant journeys with her children has provided her insights and information that deeply supports her own work.
She brings an accomplished and diverse background to her work as a Master Trainer in Neuro-linguistics Programming (NLP), a Qualified Mediator, and a Certified Conflict Coach. Suzanne helps you navigate difficult conversations in ways that result in more understanding, more listening, and more harmonious outcomes. Having conversations about difference is never easy – particularly when there is fear of judgement. Suzanne understands this, has experience with this, and has an ability to conduct difficult conversations in a spirit of trust.
Contact Suzanne to address difficult conversations around gender in your family. Whether gender-questioning issues involve your child, partner or self.
Suzanne with her son and daughter.