Marney’s primary focus and passion in her work, as well as her life is recovery: helping others tackle addiction and creating stable and healthy lives. Marney is joining Mental Wellness Counseling, completing her Master’s in Social Work degree through Ferris State University. She is a Certified Peer Recovery Coach and works as the Recovery Homes Manager for Addiction Treatment Services in Traverse City.
Marney is newly married to a sweet, supportive partner and assists him with his non-profit, 217 Recovery, with a mission of “Inspiring People in Early Recovery.” Marney values family connections, enjoys her three kitties, Fantasy Football, playing cards, and is drawn to true crime shows intermixed with the occasional Disney classic.
With extensive life experience, Marney brings an understanding of the complexities of a fractured family, domestic violence, substance use, emotional abuse, trauma, and the importance of mental health. Marney specializes in working with clients with substance use disorder, anxiety, depression, and those facing pivotal life changes using person-centered, strength-based, goal-oriented, and solution-focused approaches.
Marney has a sincere interest in helping others transition to healthy, functional lifestyles, and improved family and social interactions.