Marsha Saintilus, LPC
Practicing Since: 2010
Other Languages: Haitian Creole Conversational
Issues Served: Anxiety/Panic, Career Counseling, Chronic Illness/Pain, Depression, Domestic Abuse/Violence, Geriatric, Marital/Premarital, PTSD, Self-esteem/self-worth, Trauma, Workplace Issues
Special Populations Served: Adolescents, Adults
What Clients Can Expect From You: Marsha’s mission is to uplift and encourage people to reach their full potential. She believes that when people have the support and tools that they need, they will succeed by reaching their desired goals.
She believes in being strength-based and person-focused while assisting individuals in coming to a place of living a well balanced life. During your work together, she will first seek to understand what occurred for you to seek help/guidance. With that information, together you will further explore your strengths, challenges, spiritual beliefs and areas in your life that you would like to overcome/change. Maybe you simply need a place to be heard, understood, and honored as a person. You’ll find that in your work together with Marsha.
About: Marsha’s years of experience include working with college populations, children, families, and individuals in various mental health facilities. In all her experience, she has worked with individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, and many life transitions.
Marsha believes in understanding individuals rather than labeling. Throughout her years as a therapist, she has worked with people from different walks of life by utilizing the following approaches such as: Solution Focused, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Circle of Security, and Family Based Recovery (FBR).