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Services

What We Offer

Individual Therapy 

Individual therapy consists of a joint process between a therapist and an individual. Common goals of individual therapy can be to encourage, motivate, and inspire positive change or improve one's quality of life. People seek out therapy for many different challenges that may be difficult to cope with on their own. Therapy serves as a open and judge free space to express and process any and all emotions, no matter how scary they may seem. Therapy can help individuals improve their communication with others, their abilities to cope with life stressors, and their overall mental and emotional well-being. Individual therapy is also referred to as psychotherapy, psychosocial therapy, talk therapy, and counseling.   

EMDR/Trauma Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR Therapy) is a psychotherapy technique that is used for the treatment of many psychological diagnoses and symptoms. EMDR Therapy is used to treat symptoms of depression, trauma, anxiety, OCD, grief, eating disorders, addiction, etc. While EMDR Therapy was originally developed specifically for the treatment of PTSD, it has been proven to be effective in the treatment of the above in addition to trauma. In session, an EMDR trained therapist follows an 8 phase treatment model which helps to assess, treatment plan, and help to reprocess traumatic memories in an effort to effectively change the way in which the body and mind reacts to such memories. Marrianna White received EMDR Therapy training from Suzi Rutti MSW, LISW-S at The Institute for Creative Mindfulness.

Couples, Marriage, & Family Therapy 

Marriage counseling, also referred to as couples counseling or relationship counseling, is a form of therapy that aids in supporting people within their intimate relationships. The purpose of couples counseling is to help partners learn how to express, process and work through their feelings, emotions, and concerns. The therapist helps in leading partners to healthier communication skills, conflict resolution skills, and healthy behavioral patterns in a partnership. Couples Therapy can also be helpful for partners who may be considering separation or seeking improved intimacy and understanding of one another. Family Therapy helps individuals within a family system listen to and understand one another's feelings and needs more effectively. Family Therapy also helps family members to improve their communication skills, conflict resolution skills, and overall connections to one another.

Clinical Supervision

As an LISW-S in the state of Ohio, Marrianna White offers clinical supervision to Masters of Social Work graduate students or LISW professionals.

"Professional supervision is defined as the relationship between supervisor and supervisee in which the responsibility and accountability for the development of competence, demeanor, and ethical practice take place. The supervisor is responsible for providing direction to the supervisee, who applies social work theory, standardized knowledge, skills, competency, and applicable ethical content in the practice setting. The supervisor and the supervisee both share responsibility for carrying out their role in this collaborative process."

-National Association of Social Workers 2023

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