Older adolescents and adults, frontline healthcare workers, stress related to family members with complex or chronic disease ,anxiety, self-esteem/self worth, family relationships, work/life balance, life transitions and unresolved attachment.
“We need to feel seen, heard, and understood before we can explore and grow.” Marni believes in a person-centered approach to psychotherapy. Originally a registered nurse, she has extensive experience working with families and helping individuals cope with familial stressors as well as aiding frontline workers in processing workplace trauma. She also has experience helping individuals process life transitions and manage chronic stress and anxiety. Marni focuses on getting to know people irrespective of labels and has conversations to understand them as a person, then work through challenges that they identify to make deeper discoveries and connections. Marni has training in mindfulness-based therapies, mind/body skills, and uses a trauma-informed, holistic approach from a strength-based perspective, grounded in principles of Internal Family Systems, CBT, DBT, ACT, and Motivational Interviewing.