Marketa Campbell, MSW, Supervisee in Social Work, received her her Masters degree in Social Work from George Mason University and her Bachelors degree in Psychology from State University of New York. She has experience in working in private practice setting seeing adults and adolescents for individual and family therapy.
She uses short-term and long-term therapeutic approaches to help clients who are working through anger, anxiety, mood disorders, depression, family dynamics, grief and loss, life transitions and adjustments, relationship conflicts, parenting, self-esteem and personal growth, social skills, stress, trauma, and PTSD. Her therapeutic approach is eclectic as she combines attachment based, cognitive behavioral, person-centered, trauma focused, strengths based, solution focused, psychodynamic, and mindfulness-based modalities. She brings a holistic approach to therapy and her strategy begins with meeting clients exactly where they are. While she may use everything from CBT to psychoanalytic models, her approach will be tailored to what you need and want out of therapy.
She is passionate about helping individuals who want to improve their overall well-being. She provides support and guidance through a challenging situation to help clients to move in a new direction in their life to achieve their goals. While everyone experiences pain, we are the only ones who can move ourselves toward balance and inner peace. Healing begins with the acceptance that life can be difficult. During her clients’ therapeutic journey, she will hold space for their pain and reflect on what she hears so her clients can learn, grow, and alleviate their own suffering.
Clinical Population: Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Adolescents (14-18), Adults
Primary Theoretical Orientation(s): Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma-based, Psychoanalysis/Psychodynamic Therapy, and Mindfulness
Areas of Clinical Interests: anxiety, mood disorders, depression, family dynamics, grief & loss, life transitions and adjustment, relationship conflicts, self-esteem and personal growth, stress, trauma, PTSD