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Marilyn Potts
Last updated: 12/27/2017
Marilyn Potts
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255 South 17th Street, Suite 2900
19103  United States
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215-963-1095 (Phone)
215-827-5804 (Fax)
  Specialty areas: Trauma, loss, & abuse; preschool age children; learning differences; anxiety; depression; personality disorders. Psychological & psycho-educational evaluation. Challenging cases welcome.
  Fee for service only. No insurance directly accepted. Will provide statements for clients to receive insurance reimbursement for out of network providers.
  All ages - birth to 99+. Individuals, couples, & families.
  Eclectic. Family systems oriented with cognitive-behavioral interventions included. Play & family therapy is often a good fit for children under 12. Psychological & psycho-educational evaluation. Sandtray therapy for children, teens, & adults.
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B.A. in Psychology - Penn State University, 1974
M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology, Lehigh Univerity, 1978
Certification in School Psychology, Lehigh University, 1978
Training completed in Marital & Family Therapy, Family Institute of Philadelphia's intensive three year program, 1982
Post-graduate coursework completed in assessment & development @ Temple University.
ICD-10 Live Webinar day
Social/Volunteer Organizations
Active in organizations to promote climate change, reduce violence, & to promote healthy child development & "good enough" parenting skills.
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My introduction to the world of work in psychology provided opportunities for my own professional growth during the ten years I was employed as a staff psychologist at Pennsylvania Hospital before entering full-time private practice. I feel so fortunate to have chosen & pursued a career that I still love after working in it for over 30 years. It has been a privilege to have witnessed the growth of so many individuals who let me into their lives & worked hard to identify & make positive changes. I don't think I will ever tire of reading & ongoing education to keep abreast of the latest research & developments in clinical practice. Life is a journey for all of us, therapist & client alike. As always,I hope that individuals will show respect for each other, hold themselves in high self esteem, promote healthy families, work to be productive adults, decrease stress, & promote peace in the world.
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