Suzie Condon-PaskiewiczSuzie Condon-Paskiewicz received her Bachelors Degree from Loyola University Chicago in Psychology, and her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Jane Addams College of Social Work. She has worked as a licensed social worker at Northwestern Memorial Hospital for the last 12 years in many areas including: Women’s Health and the NICU, Oncology, Psychiatry, and the Emergency Department.

Her area of focus is supporting first time and experienced Moms through the many challenges during the first year of a baby’s life including: Mood Changes, Feeding Choices, Returning to Work, Sibling Care, and Achieving Life Balance.

Prior to working at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Suzie worked at Thresholds Inc., a community mental health center serving adults with mental illness. Suzie’s other areas of interest include: working with patients with Substance Use and Abuse issues and Support to Victims of Domestic Violence. Suzie has presented on these topics to various groups within social work, and to students of Northwestern University Medical Graduate programs. Suzie is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and is a Certified Case Manager.

As a working mom of four, Suzie feels strongly that good support is one of the most important tools to help find balance.