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Amy Marschall, PsyD

Clinical Psychologist

Expertise

Psychology

Education

University of Hartford, College of Saint Benedict

Highlights

We need to eliminate stigma around mental health. It ought to be as normal to go to a therapist as it is to go to a dentist.

— Amy Marschall, PsyD

Experience

Amy Marschall, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist who is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Telemental Health. She works primarily with children and adolescents, providing individual, family, and group psychotherapy. Although she work with a myriad of presenting issues, she has additional training in neurodivergence (including Autism and ADHD), trauma, and giftedness. She also teaches telemental health through PESI and is the author of I Don't Want To Be Bad. She also blogs about mental health on her website.

Education

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