Marlin Hansbrough’s Approach:
“You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
As a therapist, I believe in helping clients find their genuine way by uncovering issues that are preventing them from reaching their potential. I strive to provide a safe place for clients to allow themselves to be honest and vulnerable without being judged. My training and education are rooted in psychodynamic theory and I believe therapy is a journey a client and therapist must take together. My years of working in different industries have made me aware of the inequalities that exist. I pride myself on inclusion and acceptance of all people and I want to be a sounding board for those who are unheard.
We are forced to deal with critical issues almost daily and it might be best to talk with someone who can help you uncover meanings and declutter emotions that have inhibited your progress. If you are someone with concerns related to racial identity, depression, anxiety, stress, sexual issues, or trauma then I can help.
Marlin received his bachelor’s degree from Saint Leo University in Tampa, FL and he is currently pursuing an M.A. in Counseling from Northwestern University. Marlin has volunteered for a few non-profits where he has gained clarity on how he would like to help others.
In his spare time Marlin enjoys watching movies and documentaries, reading, and pursuing creative interests.