Nanette Sudler, Ph.D.
NJ License #35SI00420900
Dr. Nanette Sudler is a New Jersey licensed psychologist (#4209) who has been practicing clinical psychology for over 20 years. Since 1999 she has provided both individual and group therapy as part of the team at the Center for Child & Family Development.
Dr. Sudler primarily works from a cognitive-behavioral orientation with a focus toward positive psychology. In addition, she draws from an eclectic range of approaches in order to facilitate an individualized treatment plan. Her areas of expertise include anxiety, specific phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, trichotillomania, coping with hearing loss, social skills deficits, sexual abuse, adolescent issues, improving parenting skills and formulating coping skills for a wide range of concerns. Having three children of her own, and family members who are hearing impaired, as well as working with a diverse range of clients, has given Dr. Sudler a broad perspective on treatment issues.
Majoring in psychology as well as in business, Dr. Sudler earned two undergraduate degrees from the University of Delaware. Continuing her studies in psychology, she focused on both research and clinical work, and received both her master’s and doctorate from Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, PA. Her training at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) and Monmouth Medical Center provided her with an expansive scope of experiences in treating various client populations.
Dr. Sudler has published several articles with topics such as childhood attachment and depressive symptoms during adolescence, and the management of chronic pain. In the “Textbook of Adolescent Health Care”, published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, she co-authored two chapters with Steven Tobias, Psy.D; these chapters focused on academic overachievers and underachievers, and gifted/twice exceptional adolescents. Currently, she is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA), Morris County Psychological Association (MCPA), and the New Jersey Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy (NJACT).