“What is most personal is most universal.”
– Carl R. Rogers
Hi, I’m Marc Weisburg, a Licensed Professional Counselor of Mental Health. I help people reach optimal states of health and discover more happiness in their life.
There are many avenues to healing and so many new discoveries happening all the time. I love my field because there is always something to learn, and someone to help.
Start your transformative healing journey now. Call me at 302-409-0750 to make an appointment or schedule a free initial 20 minute phone consultation.
I Was Once a Client Too
I started my healing journey in third grade when a counselor asked me, “Do you like yourself?” and I answered, “No.” My counselor spent time with me once a week for a few months, helping me learn to like myself.
Since then, I’ve been to counseling a few more times as an adult and each time I got what I was seeking and more. When I see you or any new client I work towards the same goal: to meet and greatly exceed your expectations.
My Experience With Alternative Providers
In my youth, I was an enthusiastic and competitive distance runner and ran up to 80 miles a week. At the end of my career I could not even walk without being in pain. Multiple podiatrists told me that I required foot surgery.
At the suggestion of a friend, I saw a special massage therapist who completely rehabilitated my feet. After the first session I was able to comfortably walk and run without pain. The therapist saw me another nine times to complete the treatment.
From that time on, I have kept an open mind toward alternative treatments, and encourage you to do the same. Although I’m a big fan of alternative medicine, I also believe in modern medicine and follow the advice of my physician.
How I Restore my Energy, Relax and Connect with Life
After I stopped running in my early twenties, I discovered yoga and meditation, and have used both to help me energize, relax, and connect to life.
Over 25+ years of practice, I have gained quick, effective, and easy to learn coping skills of reducing anxiety, relaxing deeply, and connecting with life – I will happily share them with you.
The Different Therapies I Practice
Therapy is collaborative and must accurately respond to your needs and preferences. You will probably benefit from using different therapies as your situation is unique and multi-faceted. Therapies include:
- Attachment Based therapy
- Breath Retraining and Relaxation
- Career Counseling
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Couples and Family Therapy
- Energy Psychology* (almost all my clients receive this universal therapy)
- Motivational Counseling
- Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)
- Parent Coaching
- Person Centered Therapy
- Rapid Resolution Therapy
- Somatic Therapies
- Vagus Nerve Activation
The Key Question That Changed My Career:
Like almost all therapists, I had been taught that to heal trauma, you had to relive the trauma. Only about half the people would partially heal, and some clients would be further traumatized.
Then about five years ago, three clients who had been extremely traumatized throughout their whole life individually asked me, “Is there a way to heal past trauma without having to relive the pain of the experience?”
This question was certainly worth investigating.
After searching I found out that, yes, there was a very gentle and efficient means to heal many kinds of trauma as well as emotional and physical pain without having to relive it.
Using this very gentle, rapid and effective therapy those three clients overcame their past traumas and greatly improved their lives.
Discovering Energy Psychology
The new area of psychology and medicine that I had found at the prompting of my three suffering clients is called Energy Psychology. Energy Psychology is an evidenced based scientific method with a large body of research backing up its superior results.
Energy Psychology uses the power and energy of the mind-body connection to swiftly and gently improve, reduce and heal all sorts of ailments and conditions without side effects:
- Trauma and PTSD
- Emotional Pain
- Racing Thoughts
- Grief and Mourning
- Physical Pain
- Medication Side effects