Would you like to become a more effective leader? Are you looking for more depth/meaning in your work? Are you struggling with challenging colleagues? Do you need assistance with strategic thinking or daily productivity? Would you like to be a better communicator? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then career coaching may be ideal for you.

Our ever-changing economy means that we are all in career transition. Today’s workplace requires a new way of thinking about our careers and a new way of developing and motivating ourselves.

 Executive / Career Coaching Counseling NYC

Working with me as your business coach, we can build up your strengths and identify areas in which you are seeking improvement. We can create change and transform your performance, which can lead to increased productivity and greater job satisfaction.

Everyone can benefit from career coaching.

I work with both employees and business owners. Most employees, even those who are new to the workplace, need a plan for developing their skill sets and making them an invaluable part of an organization. And every great leader benefits from a personal advocate and wise council.

Before becoming a therapist and creating Sussman Counseling, I was a senior executive and partner in an international corporation. Therefore I have the business background and the psychological expertise to help you map out a plan where you can reach your full potential.

Great leaders aren’t born; they’re coached.

Early Signs:

Relationships rarely die overnight. Almost always, the destruction of a couple happens little by little, over time.
Your relationship may be in trouble if you are experiencing:

  • Communication breakdown
  • Diminished sexual desire and activity level
  • Replaying old arguments and resurrecting old hurts
  • Resentment and contempt have replaced patience and love
  • One or both of you are having an affair


We saw Rachel when we were engaged and having major in-law problems that were interfering with the planning of our wedding. We were bickering a lot and couldn’t seem to resolve these problems on our own, and that’s why we decided to go for counseling. Rachel helped us to discuss these problems without being defensive, and taught us that we had a right to set limits with our families. We found the process very helpful, and we continue to call on her when our relationship needs a tune up.

Diane (28) & James (29)

Rachel in the media