Marjorie Oliver specializes in supporting adults, adolescents, and children through Depression, Anxiety, trauma, self-harm, domestic violence, behavioral issues, co-occurring disorders, OCD, and grief. She also supports individuals in gaining a greater sense of self-awareness and confidence.
Marjorie primarily relies upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), the Humanistic Approach, Mindfulness Training, Play Therapy, and Art Therapy, to affect positive change during the therapeutic process. She also uses mild somatic awareness such as relaxation techniques and understanding where stress can stay in the body.
Her interest in psychology began with her work at Hubbard House, a full-service domestic violence center where she worked as a court advocate, victim’s advocate, and the facilitator of a court ordered class on the dynamics of domestic violence. She has also worked as a mental health counselor at Clay Behavioral Health Center, Child Guidance Center, and Sun-Rise Living Behavior Health Services.
Marjorie is motivated by compassion and seeks to provide a safe, authentic space for healing, growth, and support.