Susan D. Brown, MSED, CHWC, PCC
Susan D. Brown, MSED CPHWC PCC is a certified professional behavioral health and
leadership coach, licensed through the International Coaching Federation (ICF), who
works with young adults and their parents in her private practice. Her area of expertise is in change behavior and immunity to change. Susan guides clients to understand themselves through
collaboratively discussing their own awareness, self-assessment and teaches them to
self-rate and measure their inner strengths and weaknesses.
Susan's training includes theories about identity, awareness, mindfulness, authenticity, self-talk and self-acceptance. Susan has a passion for working with clients who feel lost or
unsatisfied with their academic or outward performance and the social anxieties that
can accompany this. Susan’s work is rooted in helping clients and their families learn to
talk openly with respect and less judgement. Susan approaches her work with specific
attention to motivation, focus improvement, peak performance, drive, the science of
timing and efficiency, goal setting and a new field called brain mapping. In this area,
Susan works with young adults and older adults on S.M.A.R.T. goals and decision
making specific to career development and achievement. Susan has worked with many
clients specifically about college admission goals.
Susan is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), which indicates a minimum of 500 client
interaction hours. She is a certified professional health and wellness coach
CPHWC through Wellcoaches Inc. and has a Masters in Education. Affiliations include
the International Coach Federation, the New England Coach Federation where she was
a board member in 2019, the Institute of Positive Psychology and the Institute of
Coaching at McLean, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. Currently, Susan is a fellow
at the Institute of Coaching. In her career, Susan developed two private practices in
Newton Massachusetts: Parent-to-Parent Inc. in 1987 and Future Decisions Inc. in
To schedule, Susan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and on the ICF roster.
As one of my mentors once said: "Am I the person I want to be right now?"
Behavioral Health Coaching