Marni Feuerman wrote about marriage and relationship issues for Verywell Mind for a little more than two years. She also has written for other media outlets, including YourTango.com, Sharecare.com, and the divorce section of the Huffington Post, as well as a column for The Gottman Institute.
Feuerman has a bachelor of science degree in psychology from the University of Florida, a master's degree in social work (M.S.W.) from Barry University, and a doctorate in clinical psychology at California Southern University.
Feuerman is licensed in Florida as a clinical social worker and a marriage and family therapist. She is a clinical fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), a member of the National Association of Social Workers, and the American Psychological Association. She is qualified by the state of Florida to supervise licensed eligible interns for clinical social work and marriage and family therapy.
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