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Meeting your Psychotherapy and Psycho/Spiritual Needs


Our Core Modalities and Philosophies

Psychodynamic               Trauma-Focused          Strentghs-Based      Crisis Intervention            Psychoeducation             Cognitive Behavioral    Client-Centered       Womanist/Feminist     
Solution-Focused             Interpersonal                Guided Imagery      Internal Family Systems (IFS)  Humanistic                      Transpersonal               Relational                Pastoral Psychotherapy
Spiritual  Psychotherapy


Anxiety                   Depression                  Self-Esteem                    Chronic Illness/Pain 

Stress                      Divorce                        Grief                                Life Transitions

Parenting               Women’s Issues         Trauma/PTSD                 Emotional Disturbance 



Pre-Martial Counseling         Relationship/Marriage Issues           Miscarriage          Mediation

LGBTQI+ Issues                        Spirituality/Spiritual Direction         Life Coaching       Aging

Multiple Loses                        Business/Career                                  Coping Skills               

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Dr. Katrina T. Roseboro-Marsh











I am a counselor with over fifteen years of experience, working with a diversified client population throughout the world. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, a Master of Science in Social Work degree from the Ivy League Institution Columbia University – NYC, and a Doctor of Ministry degree in Interfaith Clinical Education in Psychological Pastoral Counseling from the prestigious Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR), NYC. I am currently ABD pursuing a PsyD in Clinical Psychology in California.

I am a psychological generalist who works with individuals, couples, and families using an integrative approach. The clients I serve find themselves being negatively impacted by unfortunate experiences in their lives. The three most prevalent commonalities are anxiety, stress, and prolonged feelings of sadness or depression. These symptoms can be accompanied with experiences of loss; loss of appetite, money, function, energy, employment, relationships, and oftentimes pleasure. This psychological distress can be rooted in fear, guilt, loneliness, disappointment, anger, resentment, and simple dissatisfaction.


If you are experiencing any of these or something similar, I first want to assure you that YOU are NOT alone. Come let me walk with you into your healing, and help guide you to reclaiming a good and balanced quality of life.


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Additional Services

* Workshop Presenter/Facilitator

* Cultural Competence for African Americans

* Cultural Competence for LGBTQI+ Community 

* Training with Religious and Spiritual-based Communities

* Offer Christian and Faith-based Counseling Upon Request

          Contact Us:  

            669-234-8672 or 669-A-FIT-MPC

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