Marni Coletti, MA

“I have always felt I had a sixth sense of feeling others’ pain—being able to connect with people from many different perspectives. Humans are like a prism, they are multi-dimensional, and I look at each person’s story from many angles.”

My style of therapy is very direct. While I will share hard truths with clients, I will also hold them through it, so they feel supported and safe in their processing. I believe that mental and physical health are intrinsically linked, so any medical conditions or medications will be considered when developing treatment plans.

In my personal time, I enjoy running, practicing yoga and spending time with my blended family of six. I am a closet introvert, Sagittarius and I don’t like camping. I went back to graduate school to become a therapist because I genuinely love people and often felt limited in my ability to help on the level that felt natural for me.

I obtained my masters degree in Marriage, Family and Couples Therapy from Lewis and Clark College. I am supervised in the State of Oregon, by Lana Kim, PhD, LMFT. Supervision is required for all associates working toward licensure and is designed to ensure the highest quality of care.