Marne Day, MA, LAPC (she/her)
I believe that counseling is a powerful tool for positive change. I work collaboratively with my clients to build new skills, develop more effective relationships and navigate stressful situations. My approach includes exploring challenges as well as strengths and resources to support change in a clients’ life. I have experience with and enjoy working with diverse populations such as individuals with different abilities/disabilities including autism, the LGBTQ community and immigrants. I am especially focused on helping individuals and families navigate the impacts of identity, ability/disability, loss, divorce and change.
I earned a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University in 2014 and am working under supervision to earn full licensure as a Professional Counselor and a Marriage and Family Therapist. I have engaged in research on the impacts of autism on families and care-givers and presented these findings to the APA. Prior to becoming a counselor, I worked for many years as a leader in community, education and youth development programs serving people from diverse backgrounds and communities, including children with special needs.
My fees range from $70 to $120. I am not able to provide documentation for out of network claims at this time.
*Marne is under the Direction and Supervision of Nicole Fuentes, MS LPC, LMHC, CPCS, NCC, CCMHC and the supervision of Simone Cox, LMFT, LPC, CPCS, BC-TMH, consistent with GA Rule 135.