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Marlon Rollins

Marlon Rollins

(he/him)

LMHC
15 years of experience
Virtual

Greetings! I am Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in California and Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Indiana with over 15 years of experience. I have masters degrees in Counseling Psychology and a PhD in Educational Psychology from Ball State University. I help adults and executives develop resilience through life adversities and help them regain greater insights about how they can move forward with more authenticity and purpose.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

During our first session, if you are ready to jump into deeper work we can My role is help spot you can guide you towards your healing and strengthening process. If you need more time to gain more trust, we can build rapport so you feel the more comfortable with the therapy process.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I have analytical and nonjudgemental approach with clients. I will guide you toward thoughtful insights and prompt emotional expression with intention.

About Marlon Rollins

Appointments

Virtual

My treatment methods

Psychodynamic

This approach focuses on exploring unconscious processes and past experiences to understand present behaviors, emotions, and thoughts. Psychodynamic therapists often work with clients to uncover and work through unresolved conflicts, emotional issues, and unconscious patterns that may be contributing to their current difficulties. They emphasize the importance of the therapeutic relationship and provide a safe space for clients to explore their innermost thoughts and feelings. The goal of psychodynamic therapy is to increase self-awareness, promote personal growth, and facilitate positive changes in behavior and relationships.

Mind-body approach

Therapists working with a mind-body approach help clients develop awareness of how their thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations interact. They may use techniques like relaxation exercises, mindfulness meditation, breathwork, or movement practices to help clients regulate their physiological responses to stress and improve overall well-being. The goal of mind-body therapy is to promote integration and harmony between the mind and body, fostering a sense of wholeness and balance. By addressing both mental and physical aspects of health, clients can achieve greater resilience, self-awareness, and overall wellness.