Dr. Sue Cornbluth

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Dr. Sue Cornbluth is a nationally recognized expert in high conflict parenting situations and childhood trauma. Dr. Sue was recently named "2016 Woman of the Year" in the field of Education and Heathcare by Women of Distinction Business Magazine. In addition, she has been honored as Top Advocate and Professor for Human Rights by the Goodwill Ambassador for World Peace.
 
Recognized for her energetic no-nonsense approach to parent's most challenging topics, Dr. Sue Cornbluth, also known as “Dr. Sue,” is not afraid to express her opinions about the most controversial topics, and is often referred to as a powerhouse 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, USA Today, and The Huffington Post. She can speak on a wide range of issues including, divorce, child abuse, natural disasters, estranged relationships, pop culture and current events.   
 
Dr. Sue believes that parents and their children can move through and beyond traumatic situations with strategic and educational tools, to live successful and productive lives. She is a firm believer that childhood traumatic situations are a part of one's life but they do not define everything about who you are."
 
Her bestselling book, Building Self-Esteem in Children And Teens Who Are Adopted or Fostered, offers parents and professionals hands-on strategies to help the abused and or neglected child move through and beyond their trauma and develop healthy self-esteem. 
 
Dr. Sue says that it is her own children age 10 and 7 that have inspired her to teach other parents that "We need to be our children's best role models, even when tragedy occurs."
 

Media
 
Contributor 
 
NBC10 Philadelphia Mental Health Contributor: 2012-2015 
Comcast Philadelphia:  Monthly Contributor to "It's Your Call With Lynn Doyle" 2011-2015

Social Media TV Contributor, The Insider, CBS, Los Angeles 2014
 
Recent Television Appearances
 
ABC 7 Detroit: Ask Dr. Nandi: Coping with Being Raped  (Dec. 15, 2015) 
NBC10 Philadelphia: Parenting Adopted Children (November 18, 2014)
NBC10 Philadelphia: Local Doctor Discusses Robin Williams Passing (August 12, 2014)
PHL17 Philadelphia: Building Self Esteem in Inner City Kids (July 23, 2014)
 
Other Television Appearances
 
NBC10 Philadelphia: The Road to Parenting For Nia Vardalos: Instant Mom (June 2013)
FOX29 Philadelphia: Jerry Sandusky Histrionic? (August (2013)
NBC10 Philadelphia: Jerry Sandusky Verdict (October, 2013)
ABC6 Philadelphia: Jerry Sandusky Guilty? (October, 2013)
NBC10 Philadelphia: Ohio Girls Found Alive: Ariel Castro Verdict (August, 2013)
NBC10 Philadelphia: Teaching Stranger Danger To Your Children (February, 2013)
NBC10Philadelphia: Talking to our Kids about the Boston Marathon (April, 2013)
Comcast Network: It's Your Call Lynn Doyle: Guns Mental Illness and Sandy Hook Shooting (April, 2013)
Comcast Network: It's Your Call Lynn Doyle: What is Next For Penn State's Football Program (January, 2014)
Comcast Network: It's Your Call Lynn Doyle: The Impact of Child Abuse (April, 2012)
CBS3 Philadelphia: Helping Kids Build Self Esteem (October 2012)
NBC10 Philadelphia: Wednesdays Child (December, 2012)
NJ-13 Media Steve Adubato One on One: The State of Foster Care in America (October, 2011)
 
 


Dr. Sue Cornbluth

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