Using an integrative approach to therapy, Marnie uses her training in “talk” therapy in conjunction with other modalities such as EMDR therapy, Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Solution-Focused Therapy and Mindfulness (MBSR).
Marnie is able to blend a variety of approaches to successfully address anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-harm, addictions, relationship challenges and other issues related to psychological health. Marnie combines today’s cutting edge techniques with the ancient eastern mind-body connections.
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
Marnie has post-graduate training in domestic violence, sexual assault, trauma, eating disorders and mindfulness. Marnie received her certificate in Violence Against Women and Children from Rutgers University. She has worked with the Hudson County Rape Crisis Center and was an advocate with the Sexual Assault Response Team. Marnie has also facilitated domestic violence support groups and has volunteered as an advocate of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) which entails working with children and their caregivers in crisis situations.
Marnie has devoted a large part of her practice to working with Eating Disorders. Marnie has been involved with men, women and adolescents of all ages and has experience with AN, BN, ARFID and Binge Eating. She collaborates with her Client’s team to aid in all facets of recovery and restoration of a healthy relationship with food and a healthy lifestyle.