Michael William Marcus is a graduate of Columbia College and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He did his training in adult and child psychiatry at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, a Harvard residency program, and is board certified in both adult and child psychiatry.
Dr. Marcus has 40 years of clinical experience, lectures on psychopharmacology, and serves as an expert witness. He provides medication management for all psychiatric problems for both adults and children and runs a successful Suboxone program that includes psychotherapy. He sees patients via telehealth as well as in person, in both the Winchester and Boston offices. Dr. Marcus is licensed both in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Sean Marker graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and the Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He completed his training in adult psychiatry at New York University/Bellevue Hospital Center and has over 20 years of clinical experience.
Dr. Marker has extensive expertise in the pharmacologic treatment of the full range of psychiatric disorders and is a licensed Suboxone provider. He also provides supportive therapy as needed in the context of medication management. He sees patients via telehealth as well as in person, in both the Winchester and Boston offices.
Linda Cahill, RN, MS, CS, is a clinical nurse specialist with extensive experience in psychopharmacology. She received her nursing degree from Lowell State College and her Masters of Science degree in Community Psychiatric Nursing from Boston College. She joined the practice in 2000 and specializes in medication management.
She has particular experience with patients suffering from mood disorders, anxiety, substance abuse, and developmental disabilities. Linda sees patients via telehealth.
Emery is a licensed nurse practitioner with training in psychiatry and family practice. She received her registered nursing degree and Master’s Degree from Simmons College School of Nursing & Health Sciences in Boston, MA. Emery joined the practice as a psychopharmacologist in 2017. In addition to her work at Marcus Mental Health, Emery specializes in addiction and substance use disorders. Her clinical interests include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, trauma reactive disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Emery works via telehealth and in the Boston office.
Joan Hodges, LICSW, is a clinical social worker, psychotherapist, and life coach who works with adolescents, adults, and couples. She received her Masters of Social Work from Boston University and completed internships at Lahey Clinic and Tri-City Mental Health. She joined the practice in 1995.
Ms. Hodges uses cognitive behavioral therapy in dealing with depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and is an experienced grief counselor. She also works with substance abuse, addiction and eating disorders, utilizing the most current treatment modalities that have demonstrated positive results. Joan sees patients via telehealth.
Stephen Smith, LICSW, is a clinical social worker who works with adolescents and adults and joined the practice in 1992. Mr. Smith received his MSW from Boston College.
He specializes in divorce and custody issues, men's issues, substance abuse, and transitional crises and has extensive experience with legal evaluations. Stephen sees patients via telehealth.
Robert Childers is a clinical social worker with over 40 years of experience. He earned his Masters of Social Work from New York University. Mr. Childers worked in the outpatient clinic of Mass General Hospital for 12 years, before which he worked for the University of California, San Francisco, and the City and County of San Francisco.
His particular specialites include marriage and relationships, work stress, and LGBTQ+. He sees patients via telehealth.