Susan Charney, a clinical social worker in private practice in New York City, was born in Hungary a year before the outbreak of World War II. At the time Susan was born there was a large and thriving Hungarian Jewish population; by the end of the war she was one of the few Jewish children to survive with family intact. Susan is a founding member of the National Association of Child Holocaust survivors. She has worked with the late Judith Kestenberg, a child psychiatrist who founded the International Study of the Organized Persecution of Children.
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