Mary A. Coleman, LMFT

Title: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Company: Mary A. Coleman Psychotherapy Practice
Location: Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Mary A. Coleman, LMFT, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist at Mary A. Coleman Psychotherapy Practice, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in counseling.

Growing up, Ms. Coleman was inspired by her father, who worked as an episcopal minister and conducted a lot of counseling. She became interested in what makes people tick and why they do the things that they do, which motivated her to pursue an education in psychology. In 1983, she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and psychology from the University of South Carolina. From there, she furthered her education by earning a Master’s degree in clinical psychology from Antioch University. In the years that followed, Ms. Coleman became a licensed marriage and family therapist in the states of Tennessee and California. Likewise, she completed certification courses covering varying field topics, including children of divorce, clinical hypnosis and mediation.

In 1990, Ms. Coleman began her career as a counselor and teacher at the Carden School in Malibu, California. By 1993, she had become a therapist at the Poseidon School, going on to work with various esteemed institutions. These included the Palisades Elementary Charter School, the Westside Academy and Tennessee State University, where she served as an adjunct professor in the fundamentals of counseling. Since 2001, Ms. Coleman has excelled at her practice, Mary A. Coleman Psychotherapy Practice. She has offices in Santa Monica and Pacific Palisades, California, as well as in Nashville, Tennessee. Further, she has contributed to numerous articles in professional journals throughout her career and she is currently writing a book on addiction and recovery. Looking toward the future, Ms. Coleman would like to expand her practice into South Carolina and begin working with survivors of domestic abuse. Her motto is, “To the known self, be true.”

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