Marci Mirisola, LMHC
Marci Mirisola, LMHC, has over 20 years of experience supporting and counseling children and adults with psychiatric and developmental disabilities in many different capacities. Marci graduated from Antioch University Seattle, with a Master’s in Clinical Psychology, concentration in Mental Health Counseling. Marci completed internships at Sound Mental Health, working with children and their families, as well as with adults with persistent mental illness. She has also attended numerous trainings throughout the years on personality disorders, CBT, DBT, suicidality, and different treatment interventions.
Marci also has previous experience as a supervisor in a community residence for 5 years, as well as managing a mobile mental health team in the community, and running her own private practice for 5 years, prior to coming to Center for Discovery Hamptons program.
Marci provides compassionate, caring and person-centered services to each individual client, all while creating a positive rapport and establishing a trusting counselor-client relationship. She believes it is important to work together to provide the best services and resources to the client. Marci is eclectic in her approach to counseling, drawing upon humanistic principles in therapy, using beliefs from a psychodynamic approach, such as the importance of childhood and past relationship patterns on present relationships, utilizing mindfulness and DBT skills and finally using cognitive-behavioral interventions, helping clients understand the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.