Frederick J. Marshall, Ph.D.

A Respected Educational Background

While compassion is an essential part of my profession, I believe understanding the intricacies of human behavior, interpersonal relationships, and child and adolescent development is equally important when helping other individuals with their personal and family concerns. That's why I chose to attend the finest schools, and make it a point to enroll in advanced clinical education every year.

  • Licensed Psychologist: State of Michigan
  • Ph.D., M.S.: Indiana University
  • B.S.: University of Notre Dame

Respected by his Colleagues

Working with adults, children, couples and families is such a significant part of my life. I believe that the best thing I can do for my clients is to do all I can to ensure they receive the best care from a therapist committed to his own personal and professional growth.

  • Member: American Psychological Association, Michigan Psychological Association
  • Recipient: Distinguished Patron Award from Child & Family Services of Michigan, Inc.

A Caring Approach with Children and Adolescents

My work with young people has been extremely gratifying. I enjoy helping children and teens learn to trust themselves and to develop valuable relationships with their parents and friends My greatest reward is witnessing their emerging self-esteem in the process.

  • Past Chief Clinical Psychologist: Child and Adolescent Services of Genesee County Community Mental Health
  • Former Assistant Adjunct Professor: Department of Psychiatry, Michigan State University

 

 

Frederick J. Marshall, Ph.D.

Frederick J. Marshall, Ph.D.

I see my role as helping people learn to trust themselves, to respect their own strengths, and finally, to build healthier relationships both personally and profesionally.