Marlie Bolin (they/them/theirs) is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with an M.S. in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from UNC Chapel Hill.
Marlie believes in creating a safe, collaborative space in which clients can process and share without judgment, and in being an enthusiastic ally on each of their unique journeys. They underscore intersectionality in their approach to understanding every client’s experience in the context of all of the identities they hold, and their primary modalities include Emotion Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Trauma Informed Therapy.
They specialize in helping individuals and couples of all makeups in navigating life transitions and relationship evolution, as well as in supporting people in leading self-determined lives. Additionally, they are passionate about serving queer, trans, and non-binary folx, and emphasizes cultural humility in their approach to counseling.
Fun facts: Marlie is a Table-Top Roleplaying Game (TTRPG) enthusiast, and frequently leads homebrew fantasy and sci-fi adventures with their partner and friends. They also love powerlifting, boxing, playing the cello, and rescuing plants from discount bins at garden stores.