Marissa Ingle is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has experience working with a diverse population of individuals, couples, and families. With a trauma-focused approach, Marissa is most passionate towards working with children (5 yrs+), young adults, with treatment focuses towards inner-child work, PTSD, grief/loss, anxiety, and depression. After graduating with honors from Friends University, she allowed herself to experience both practice in the private sector and also working for a community agency serving the underserved.
Marissa’s holistic approach to therapy allows for clients to reconnect with wounded portions of themselves and achieve mind/body wholeness. Marissa is known for bringing safety, integrity, relatability, and when appropriate, humor to the therapy room. She is known for being creative in her therapy sessions, providing healing and clarity outside of just the classic talk therapy approaches.
Marissa has worn many “hats” throughout the careers in her life from serving in the military to a 10 year medical career to her now passionate role as a therapist; all of which have influenced whom she is today. Marissa feels honored to be meeting and beginning each healing journey with every client who comes her way.