It is my mission in life to live and listen compassionately
And to embrace life’s moments mindfully
Recognizing when words are not necessary
And when quietness brings clarity
I strive to listen without judgment
To the stories that people have to tell
Gaining an understanding
Of worldviews unique to selves.
I live with kindness and with belief in the equality, acceptance and
beauty in all
With laughter, sensitivity and openness
I look to help others find their power, strengths and authentic selves.
Marnie enjoys working with clients of varying ages including adolescents, young adults, adults and elders. She has experience treating
eating disorders, including disordered eating, restrictive eating and pre-occupation with food, weight and body, loss of control eating, mindless eating, emotional eating, and body image difficulties. Marnie also has expertise in the treatment of trauma and PTSD, mood issues including sadness, depression and anxiety, adjustment difficulties, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, performance anxiety, relationship difficulties and phase of life issues. She is an ally to members of LGBT-QPlus and other minority communities. Marnie provides consultation to EMDR therapists and provides supervision to clinicians seeking eating disorder certification.