About Sue

Dr Sue BreckwoldtPsychology has been my passion since high school when, as a senior,  I volunteered as a counselor for New York City Hotline.  This experience affirmed my desire to choose a career path that would allow me to help others navigate through the most challenging times in their lives, acquire deeper self understanding, coping skills, resilience and mastery in attaining desired changes.

In the relaxing and confidential environment of my Cresskill New Jersey office I collaborate with you to help you to achieve your personal goals for happiness.

My training includes psychodynamic, humanistic and cognitive behavioral orientations.   I use an integrative  approach tailoring treatment to your unique individual needs.

I believe that the most integral part to effecting desired change and healing is the special nature of the therapy relationship. The warm, accepting stance of the therapist whose focus is on you and the pursuit of your life goals and happiness, the alleviation of any distress or conflict and who works with you in a supportive, nonjudgmental way can make it feel safe to explore your most private concerns.

In my 20 plus years in private practice I have worked with adolescents, couples, families and adults of all ages. I also offer group therapy and have special training in EMDR and hypnosis.

Please find my complete resume here.


Private practice, NJ License #3104, 1993 – Present
Integrity Center for Psychotherapy: 1990 – 1993
Commission Against Sexual Assault, Office of the State Attorney, Florida: 1982 – 1984
Center for Student Development, Florida Institute of Technology: 1981-1982


The Florida Institute of Technology: Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
Fairleigh-Dickinson University: M.A. Clinical Psychology
Carnegie-Mellon University: B.A. Psychology


Volunteer work

New Jersey Psychological Association Staff Editor
January 2018 – Present

New Jersey Psychological Association Public Education E-Newsletter Co-Editor-in-Chief and E-Newsletter Public Education Committee Co-chair
September 2011 – January 2018

New Jersey Psychological Association Public Education Committee Co-chair
January – May 2016

North East Counties Association of Psychologists President





Children’s Books

Craig Winston and Friends



Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Helps Treat PTSD
ExpertBeacon.com, April , 2014

Help Your Teen Cope With Depression For The Best Chance Of Recovery
ExpertBeacon.com, February, 2014

Bringing Home Your Newly Adopted Child: Managing The Transition
ExpertBeacon.com, February, 2014

My Child Has An Imaginary Friend
New Jersey Psychological Association E-Newsletter, Winter Edition, February, 2014

Self Care
New Jersey Psychological Association E-Newsletter , Fall Edition, November, 2013
By Megan Curley and Sue Breckwoldt PhD