Center, New York University Hospital Child Study Center The George Washington University and The Minuchin Center for the Family. Dr. Griffin adopts a family friendly systemic approach in working with children that are struggling with behavioral, emotional and learning issues. He works with children across the age spectrum.
Suzanne Keith Blattner, M.S. Ed. is a special education consultant who has worked in various capacities in special education for 28 years. Her experiences include a variety of teaching, diagnostics and administrative responsibilities in public schools and major medical facilities. For the past 15 years, Ms. Blattner has served as a consultant for families who are seeking expert counsel regarding the process of evaluating their child’s needs and securing school and services options that best meet those needs. Ms. Blattner’s educational background brings in-depth training not only in special education, but also in child development and neurodevelopment. In addition, her teaching experiences with young children have provided her with hands on knowledge of best practices in early childhood education. As an advocate, Ms. Blattner provides guidance during Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings and expert testimony in legal proceedings as necessary. Ms. Blattner is committed to providing tailored guidance to each client based on his or her individual needs.
In addition to consultation services, tutoring and academic therapy is provided to students who require specialized learning supports. All of the tutors who work with Ms. Blattner are highly skilled and experienced with educational backgrounds in Special Education along with a wide range of teaching experiences.