Susan Fremer, LMHC
Susan Fremer has worked in the adoption field since 2003. She has five adopted children and has experience in both domestic and international adoption. She has worked with birth families and adoptive families for many years. Susan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Concordia College in Bronxville, New York. She spent many years as an educator in the public and private sectors. She later completed her Master’s degree at Concordia University in Wisconsin. She is currently licensed as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) Intern in the State of Florida. Susan has worked with adoptive families as a case manager since 2003 and as a home study provider since 2007. More recently, Susan began working with families by providing them with education on issues relating to attachment and parenting children who have been exposed to trauma. Susan also offers counseling services and home coaching for families who are struggling. She travels the entire State of Florida. Susan is the 2003 recipient of The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute’s Angels in Adoption. Susan holds a leadership position in her local chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. She spends her free time volunteering in the community rehabilitation arena, service to Veterans and historic preservation, First Responder support, and traveling with her children.