I am a licensed doctorate-level therapist with over 30 years of experience as a therapist and life coach. I have worked with clients with a wide range of issues including depression & anxiety, loss & grief, relationship issues, women's issues, career challenges and future planning.
My style is warm and interactive. I don't believe in labels and I will treat you with respect and compassion. My approach combines a short-term solution focus with person-centered therapy. I will tailor my approach to meet your unique needs.
Thank you for taking the first step towards change and I look forward to supporting you!
Additional areas of focus: Relationship issues, Family conflicts, Trauma and abuse, Parenting issues, Career difficulties, Compassion fatigue, Caregiver Issues and Stress, Coping with Natural or Human-Caused Disaster, Domestic Violence, Hospice and End of Life Counseling, Jealousy, Narcissism, Women's Issues, Workplace Issues
Clinical approaches: Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Jungian Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy
OR LCSW L6373
WA LICSW LW61209869
These quotes represent just a few of the many positive reviews that we have received for Dr. Marilyn Sears. We don't pay anyone to provide their review and they are all made voluntarily. Some people's experience receiving therapy with BetterHelp might be different.
Dr. Sears brings a warmth and humanity to the therapy experience. Her listening is profound and her comments and suggestions come from a place of deep understanding. I have moved from a crisis situation to a place of new growth.
Written on Jun 30, 2022 after therapy with Marilyn for 6 months on issues concerning depression, relationship issues, family conflicts, trauma and abuse, grief, and coping with life changes
Dr. Sears had a great deal of compassion and was transparent. She has a strong knowledge set and gave me multiple coping skills. She was very professional.
Written on Mar 23, 2022 after therapy with Marilyn for 3 months on issues concerning stress, anxiety, addictions, coping with life changes, and compassion fatigue