Marlo Hall

I create a collaborative and compassionate environment to help my clients embrace the best version of themselves and achieve identified goals.  Our work takes shape in a safe, non-judgmental and supportive space designed to explore troubling issues and background.  Ideally, a client gains insight into areas where they may feel particularly challenged.  This leads to deeper understanding, progress and, ultimately, change.

I am an active listener and believe in a holistic approach to therapy.  The working relationship that develops between the client and therapist is a vital part of the therapeutic process and positive treatment outcome. Therapy is strengths-based and offers realistic advice and solutions.  I take a conversational and respectful, yet, directive approach.  My theoretical orientation is informed by a psychodynamic base and complemented by the Gestalt and Reality Theory schools of thought and utilizes relational and attachment-focused theories as well.  Clinical frameworks include Emotional Focused, Family Systems, Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving, Mindfulness, and CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).

Many of my clients are accomplished, intelligent, and creative, yet may struggle with stress, anxiety, depression, negative thought patterns and behaviors, and substance or process addiction.  I provide professional counseling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples, partnerships, and families who deal with a wide range of personal development, emotional, and behavioral issues.

I earned my Master’s Degree in Mental Health and Counseling from the University of Pennsylvania and completed my undergraduate work at the University of Michigan.

My private practice is located in Haverford, PA with flexible hours available, including early mornings and evenings.  Phone and Telehealth sessions are also offered.   All referrals are welcome.




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551 West Lancaster Avenue
Suite 212
Haverford, PA 19041

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