Dan Suffoletta is a second-year master’s student at Northwestern University pursuing an MA in Mental Health Counseling. He earned his BS in Economics, Mathematics, and Engineering Science from Vanderbilt University.
Before starting his graduate studies and joining the team at CFC Therapy Group, Dan spent over a decade working in strategy consulting where he honed his skills in relationship development and trust-building, complex problem solving, and comfort with ambiguity. As his career progressed, it became clear that Dan’s deepest passions were rooted in the relationships he fostered and the investment made in supporting his network through the trials and tribulations of life, and that it was time to pursue those passions professionally. He brings a unique understanding of the pressures that come from balancing professional obligations with the desire to build and cultivate a meaningful and fulfilling personal life. Dan’s clinical specialization is adults; he also has experience with aging and mental difficulties, volunteering to facilitate group therapy sessions for those dealing with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Dan believes in an integrative, multicultural, and collaborative approach to counseling that best suits your lived experience, your personality, and your therapeutic goals.
6 Areas of Specialty
- Individual Therapy
- Personal and Professional Growth
- Grief and Loss
- Life Stages and Transitions
- Anxiety and Depression
Oftentimes in relationships, it can feel like we are stuck in place or like we are repeating the same mistakes (and the ensuing arguments) over