My 25 years of experience as a clinician has taught me that each person comes to therapy with a unique set of circumstances. I believe that when one feels their situation is deeply understood there is an almost immediate positive effect, mitigating feelings of anxiety, depression and other painful feelings that one often struggles with entering therapy. Through a process of self-discovery patients are able to reclaim healthy parts of their personalities, which not only leaves them feeling better but also helps them live more authentically and fully in the future.
My areas of specialization include, couples therapy, relationship problems, anxiety, depression, issues surrounding loss, work difficulties, sexual dysfunction and eating disorders.
Marc Sholes is a Board member, Faculty, Co-Director of Curriculum and Supervisor at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies Training Institute (N.I.P.T.I.), and former Associate Editor of Psychoanalytic Perspectives: A Journal of Integration and Innovation, and a member of The International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology.