Community-Based Counselor, Fellowship Program
Marsha is a Community-Based Counselor, working with JFS clients in community, school, and home settings.
Marsha is a self-driven mental health professional and counseling psychology PhD student with several years of experience employing knowledge of mental health awareness, therapeutic skills, research, and education to help clients overcome personal life issues. She is adept at communicating with people of all backgrounds and developing effective treatment plans and interventions.
Marsha is knowledgeable in advanced research, social justice, multiculturalism, and therapeutic techniques for several concerns. She uses a compassionate, calm, empathetic, non-judgmental approach to help guide individuals and her clinical and research interests include mental health disparities in BIPOC, Immigrant and Refugee populations, the intersectionality of social justice and mental health and dissemination of culturally appropriate psychological services and interventions. She is a strong advocate for mental health, social justice and Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
Marsha believes “A life not lived for others is not a life.” -Mother Theresa
Start your therapy journey today by submitting an online intake form or contact our Intake Department at 302-478-9411 ext. 306