Stephanie M. Marshall
My experience includes working in/within higher education, traumatic brain injury patients, adjustment to disability, vocational testing, trauma, and career counseling. I work with women at various stages of life. I completed my internship in a university setting with much of my work conducted with women. I have supervised and coached many young women in a higher education setting professionally. Issues can range from body image, health issues, relationships, academics, career, friendships and so much more. It can be overwhelming but therapy can help.
My goal is to help you come up with potential solutions to issues in a collaborative way. I would like things to improve quickly for you but at the same time, the goal is to come up with lifelong tools and coping strategies that will hopefully help you for the rest of your life. I utilize research-based techniques while being warm, empathetic and genuine. I want therapy to be a place in which you can talk about your issues openly and without reservation.
Parenthood brings a lot of uncertainty and little to no control which can be so difficult to accept. I understand the many joys and stresses of parenthood from both a personal and professional way. The family unit is a system so each person effects the other. Healthy communication between everyone results in improved relationships. I will help you, as either an individual or couple through this process. I look at attachment and bonding when working with new families. It is important to me that you feel safe and comfortable with non-judgment during our time together.
On a personal note, I am a mom of three and have been married for 13 years. I graduated with my master's degree in counseling from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. I am a board certified, licensed professional counselor. In my limited free time, I enjoy reading, dancing, and traveling.
Mind Health Counseling & Consultation LLC is not a crisis counseling center so if you feel that your safety is at risk, please call 911 or find the nearest hospital. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline any time at 1-800-273-8255 or Netcare Access of Franklin County at 614-276-2273.
M. Ed Counselor Education
University of Missouri-St. Louis 2007
Licensed Professional Counselor-Ohio
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State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board
Nationally Certified Counselor
Granted by National Board of Certified Counselors
Member & Provider for Postpartum Support International (PSI)
Maternal Mental Health Certificate-PSI & 2020 Mom
SYMBIS-Certified Facilitator (Couples)
Maternal Mental Health Workgroup-Columbus, Ohio.
Accepted into the U Mass Boston Parent Infant Mental Health Fellowship Program- March 2022
Supervised by Danielle Neer, MAEd LPCC-S
License no. E.1000597-SUPV