Meet Our Staff
Danielle Green, LICSW
Danielle is a founding partner of NECCF. She received her MSW from Columbia University in 1993 and completed 5 years of further specialist training in couples and family therapy at the Ackerman Institute for the Family, in New York City. She worked and taught at Cornell Medical Center for 10 years before relocating to Boston to serve as Clinical and Training Director of the Couple and Family Therapy Program, at the Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School. There, she trained social workers, psychiatrists and psychologists, and taught throughout the Harvard system. Danielle was certified as an EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) therapist in 2010 and as a certified supervisor in 2011. She has studied AEDP and trauma work with Janina Fisher and has recently embarked on studying Peter Levine’s work on Somatic Experiencing. Her areas of specialty are distressed relationships, and relational crises such as affairs. Danielle helps couples develop skills to restore trust, communicate and express feelings effectively, understand and resolve differences to create a secure and lasting bond with those who matter the most. Danielle also offers supervision to advanced practitioners. Danielle has been married for 20 years and has three children; so she is able to relate to the ups and downs of long-term relationships and parenting. For more information on EFT, visit www.iceeft.com.
If you would like to contact Danielle directly, please call (617) 913-2969.
Suzanne Marcus, LMFT
Suzanne Marcus is a Founding Partner of NECCF, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and has been in private practice since 1998. She has earned two Master's Degrees, one from Brandeis and one from Harvard University. Her clinical training and experience is primarily with families and couples, working with many issues, including long term relationships, family dyads, affairs, LGBTQ, and parenting. Suzanne also works with individual adults. She has worked in school settings, in a residential/home based treatment center for children and their families, and at an Employee Assistance Program. She is certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy, is a Level I trained clinician in AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), and is currently in full time private practice at NECCF. She has co-run Hold Me Tight workshops for couples, and has led and taught workshops, courses and presentations for advanced clinicians on the practice of attachment based couple therapy. Besides using an EFT focus, Suzanne is oriented towards gaining wellness through mindfulness and mind-body awareness and integration. She is an animal lover, parent, and meditator.
If you would like to contact Suzanne directly, please call (781) 643-4336.
Suzanne McCarthy, PsyD
Dr. McCarthy is a Founding Partner of NECCF. She is a licensed psychologist whose experience includes a focus on family and couples therapy as well as working with individuals and families coping with the challenge of chronic and terminal illness, IVF treatment and trauma. In addition to certification in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples, she has advanced training in trauma and EMDR (eye movement desensitization reprocessing therapy) and is a level 2 AEDP clinician. She integrates her therapeutic training making use of a combination of mind/body techniques such as hypnosis, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and Internal Family Systems (IFS - Level 1 & 2 and Couples 1 & 2) to complement her therapeutic approach to anxiety, mood disorders and symptoms that often find their basis in trauma. Dr. McCarthy is a faculty member in the Psychiatry Department at Harvard Medical School and has led groups and workshops on topics of holistic behavioral medicine such as Reiki I, the practice of meditation and spirituality. She holds a doctorate in clinical psychology with a specialty in health psychology from William James College and is also a Reiki Master/Teacher.
If you would like to contact Suzanne directly, please call (508) 612-3777.