Marriage and Family Therapist Intern
Margot has a passion for helping her clients navigate their struggles and access positive emotions such as happiness, joy, and self-love. She works with couples and families to build greater communication, stronger bonds, and increased understanding. She works with individuals on self-compassion, healthy coping skills, navigating emotions, and setting boundaries. Margot’s interests in working with clients experiencing anxiety & depression, identity struggles, self-esteem, life transitions, love and sex addiction and cultural issues drew her to this field with enthusiasm to eliminate stigmas attached to mental health treatment. She uses a solution focused approach, guiding her clients through creating a new narrative for personal growth and greater life fulfillment. Margot is enrolled in a master’s program in Marriage and Family Therapy at Northcentral/National University and works under the supervision of Jenni Kuck.
Credentials: Graduate Intern in Marriage and Family Therapy Program, North Central University