Amy Marzulla is a licensed clinical social worker, specializing in a variety of mindfulness-based treatments in Ann Arbor, MI. She works with client’s who present with a variety of issues, such as trauma, anxiety and stress, depression, borderline personality disorder, difficult transitions, and other issues relating to the adult, young adult, and adolescent years. She also has experience working with individuals who identify as LGBTQ.
There can be many barriers to living a life that feels satisfying and fulfilling. Amy offers a range of mindfulness-based therapy services, and works to collaborate with you to effectively meet your needs. She believes in a strong therapist and client collaboration approach to treatment, built on respect and reciprocity. Amy and her client work together to find an approach that works best.
Amy works to meet clients where they are through validation and acceptance. After all, we’re all doing the best we can! However, sometimes our efforts as they stand are not enough, and therapy can be a great help in moving you to a place of enriching change. Therefore, along with validation and acceptance, Amy works to both encourage and motivate clients to make these effective changes, and to find satisfaction.
Amy has extensive experience and success in working with young adults and adolescents. She recognizes that people in this time in their life often face unique challenges, and often require an approach that allows for them to feel heard, respected, and supported.
Amy values continued learning and training, and is constantly working to grow her already eclectic knowledge base and skill set. She is most comfortable administering a treatment that feels personal and unique, just for you. Amy is extensively and comprehensively trained in DBT through Behavioral Tech, LLC. She has also completed several trainings in ACT through ACBS with Steven C. Hayes, PhD. Amy regularly attends consultation and supervision. She is supervised in ACT by Robyn Walser, PhD.