Hello and welcome! My name is Marie Fang. I graduated in 2012 with a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Alliant International University and received my license as a clinical psychologist in 2014.
I view the therapy office as a space where all can feel accepted without fear of judgment. I believe those who seek therapy with a desire to grow and willingness to challenge themselves will bring about positive change in themselves.
I see my role as a therapist as one of supporting my clients in their individual journey of growth. Often people seek therapy when they feel like they’ve reached “the end of their rope.” Others may simply seek therapy as an opportunity for personal growth. Whatever your station in life, I aim to meet you where you are at and challenge you based on your individual needs. Most importantly, I strive to create a safe space to do this work.
I have a special interest in working with those struggling with issues of identity. Everyone has periods when they question what makes them who they are. Some examples could include the issues that arise when transitioning into adulthood, immigrating, or reconciling tensions that come when you feel like you don’t “fit in.” I have experience with people of diverse cultural backgrounds and have a special interest in working with those with questions surrounding their racial or ethnic identities. My faith as a Christian woman also guides my practice. I welcome spirituality in the therapy room based on my clients’ preferences when appropriate.
If you’re feeling a bit lost in this journey of life, or maybe seeking to grow and challenge yourself, I would love to speak with you to see if we may be a good fit to work together.
Marie Fang, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY26770