Values, morals and beliefs play a role in an individual’s self identity.
Barbara Marsch, LISW-S
Canfield, Salem, South Range Schools and TELEHEALTH
Barbara believes an upbringing a person will always be a part of that person’s life, it does not define them or hold them back from what they want to become. Values, morals and beliefs are components that play a role in an individual’s self identity. The establishment of these components shape human nature, behavior and the development of an individual/s purpose. As a social worker she will understand the client’s perception, be non-judgemental, be accepting, caring and genuine.

She specializes in Depressive Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Trauma/Stress Related Disorders, Bipolar Disorders,ADHD, Behavioral Disorders, and Autism.

Barbara holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Youngstown State University.

When asked what she’s awesome at, Barbara replied, “I feel honored that my clients share their stories, their dreams and their goals with me.”

“My favorite time of day is 4:45 a.m. I enjoy the daily early morning walks with my highly anxious rescue dog, Oscar, a chocolate labradoodle. I love to look at the stars and point out the constellations to him. He is a great listener. I also love being a grandma and enjoy attending music and dance classes with my granddaughter. Travel with my family has always been a joy!”
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