Dr. Amy Marschall earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut, in 2015. She completed her pre-doctoral internship through the National Psychology Training Consortium (Central Region) and her post-doctoral residency at Family Psychological Center, PA, in Harrison, Arkansas.

Dr. Marschall has been a licensed psychologist since 2016 and currently owns a private practice, RMH-Therapy, where she provides therapy primarily to children and adolescents and psychological evaluations. Her clinical specializations include trauma-informed care, neurodiversity-affirming care, rural mental health, and telemental health.

Dr. Marschall also provides ADHD assessments through ADHD Online and therapy services through Spring Health and Lyra Health. She teaches continuing education through PESI and The Telehealth Certification Institute. She writes educational mental health materials for Dotdash Meredith.

She is the Clinical Director of A Change for Better, an organization promoting affordable and accessible mental health care and resources. Additionally, she is the chair of the Clinical Committee at the ACFB Fund, a charitable organization that funds mental health services. In addition to her practice in the United States, Dr. Marschall is a registered psychologist in New Zealand. More information about her New Zealand registration is available here.

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Dr. Marschall is the author of several books, including clinical texts, children’s books, and a guided journal:

Dr. Marschall created this website to provide resources for therapists and anyone who wants to learn more about mental health.

In her spare time, Dr. Marschall enjoys reading, making jewelry, and spending time with her cats. She is licensed to practice psychology in Florida, Montana, New York, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

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