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Marie Button, LSW

Marie (she/her) is a Licensed Social Worker and MSC Level II Psychotherapist. She is passionate about making connections and building relationships, particularly with adolescents, young adults, and women in the perinatal period. Marie strives to foster a therapeutic environment that allows clients to feel seen, known, heard, and safe. She enjoys incorporating art into her therapeutic work, and takes a relational, client-centered, strengths-based, collaborative approach to therapy. Marie provides individual therapy to adults and children ages 4 and older. Currently Marie is accepting new clients seeking telehealth.

Marie graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from Spring Hill College. After teaching first and second grade for several years, she decided to leave the classroom and pursue work in the social and emotional space. Marie received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and has received her LSW.

Marie has experience in community mental health, in-patient psychiatric hospitals, and
emergency department crisis care, and she utilizes her skills from these environments in her clinical work. Marie enjoys working with individuals ages 4 and older, and specializes in issues of anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, life changes, and perinatal mental health. Marie uses a multitude of clinical frameworks in her approach to her trauma-informed practice, including attachment theory, client-centered approaches, cognitive behavioral techniques, motivational interviewing and play therapy techniques. Marie is perinatal mental health trained, and as a new mom herself, enjoys working with women trying to conceive, pregnant women, and women in the postpartum period. Marie also welcomes the chance to work with young adults encountering life shifts in their relationships and new careers. 

In her free time, Marie enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, snowboarding, camping, kayaking, reading and hand-lettering. 

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