Marianne Fritsch, LSW

Marianne Fritsch is a Licensed Social Worker who received her Master Degree in International Social Work from Dominican University in January, 2013 and is a member of the Phi Alpha Chapter of the National Honor Society.

Marianne has demonstrated a passion for supporting individuals, as well as families and their children of all ages as they navigate through their developmental years and the challenges that may be associated with those life experiences. She is committed to implementing a strengths-based perspective as well as a spiritual and holistic approach while joining with her clients in their journey of achieving a new level of hope and healing for each individual who seeks assistance. She has assisted clients who struggled with anxiety, depression, addictions, issues with being an adult child of an alcoholic and domestic violence to empower them to a better quality of life. She has utilized client centered therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy/mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, solution-focused therapy, play therapy, experiential therapy, attachment theory, operant conditioning, and motivational interviewing and harm reduction. Her approach includes recognizing and respecting individual cultural values. Marianne had acquired foundational Spanish language skills during an internship while living with the children at Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos International, A.C (NPHI) orphanage in Chimaltenango, Guatemala. She continues to actively support the children and staff of NPHI through child sponsorship and fundraising.


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