Marc practices therapy founded in the understanding that a therapeutic relationship is grounded in unconditional positive regard, the sacred trust of confidentiality and a fundamental belief that we are all on a path to health and well-being. He brings to LifePath his 40 years of service to the growth and healing of individuals, organizations and communities.
Each therapeutic relationship is unique and responds to the immediacy of the present and what we bring to it. Marc has a wide range of skills and approaches applicable both to the process of healing and the specific moment. Additionally, he is trained in Trauma Informed Care, Imago Relationship Couples Therapy, Substance Abuse/Addiction Recovery, Expressive Therapies, Specific Trauma Recovery, Bioenergetics, Developmental Crisis Therapy, Attachment and Attention Deficit Disorders
Marc has traveled and studied widely and has a deep interest in expanding his world view. He is particularly interested Meso-American Mythology and how the ancient stories are a part of the fabric of life in Mexico and especially San Miguel de Allende. He also has an interest in Men’s Issues and draws from the mytho-poetic stories that help men on the path to authentic masculinity.
Marc earned his Bachelor Degree from Madison College. He earned a Certificate in Rehabilitation Counseling at St. John’s University. He earned a Master of Arts degree in Psychology and the Educational Specialist in Counseling Psychology degree from James Madison University where he also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Marc taught Counseling Theory and Techniques and wrote and taught a special course in Counseling with Men at James Madison University. Most recently he provided therapeutic services at a clinic serving the homeless in Richmond, Virginia and operated a private practice.
Marc works mostly with adults and older adolescents individually, in couples and in groups.