Marla Newborn LMSW
Do you feel stuck or unsure how to handle a difficult transition, situation, or adjustment? Life in 2023 is not easy, and many of us are struggling with depression, anxiety, and challenging life circumstances.
But remember, change is possible – at any age and at any stage. Therapy can be an understanding space, where change can begin, and where it is safe to explore the here-and-now, and grow.
In therapy you will develop self-awareness, self-forgiveness, and self-compassion. I strive to create a non-judgmental and caring space where it is safe to be your real self, and where you can focus on your unique goals. I work with individuals, couples, and families to promote boundaries, honesty, and a willingness to see things differently.
Marla Newborn is a licensed master social worker and addiction counselor. She earned her MSW at Fordham University and bachelor’s degree at Florida State University. Her clinical background includes experience working in outpatient and residential addiction treatment. Marla uses compassion as a framework while supporting clients through grief and loss, anxiety, mood disorders, past trauma, drug and alcohol use, and difficulties in relationships. Marla helps her clients know and understand themselves more deeply through self-awareness, self-compassion, and self-acceptance.
Client Focus: Individuals, Teens, Couples, Families
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