Suzanne Brooks, PsyD earned a certification in School Psychology and a masters in Early Childhood Psychology from Fordham University and a doctorate in School/Clinical Child Psychology from Yeshiva University's Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychology at McLean Hospital in a partnership with Franciscan Hospital. After her Fellowship, she was a staff psychologist at McLean Hospital's Kennedy Hope Academy, a residential program for children with autism spectrum disorders and behavioral difficulties. Currently, Dr. Brooks divides her time as a school psychologist in the Weston, MA Public Schools and in private practice. She conducts neuropsychological evaluations, sees children and adolescents in therapy and consults to families and educators. She co-authored a chapter with her father-in-law, Dr. Robert Brooks, titled "The Power of Mindsets: Nurturing Engagement, Motivation, and Resilience in Students."