Hello, I'm Marlena
A growing area of interest for Marlena is using EMDR for performance-enhancement. Most people associate the use of EMDR for trauma but EMDR can also be used to increase confidence, move past stuck places and mental blocks, and decrease fear, anxiety, and negative beliefs that stand in the way of growth and potential.
Who can benefit?
People who could benefit from this therapy may be anyone attempting to enhance their performance such as:
- public-speakers or performers
- business-oriented professionals
- or those who identify a stuck spot in their career, sports, or even relationships
• EMDR •
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences. Repeated studies show that by using EMDR therapy people can experience the benefits of psychotherapy that once took years to make a difference.
- from EMDR Institute, Inc.
• Non-Traditional Therapies •
For those interested in using non-traditional or non-talk therapy to cultivate peace and inner guidance.
- yoga-based practices
Be on the lookout for additional offerings such as full yoga classes and Reiki later this year.
More About Marlena
Marlena received her Masters of Arts (MA) in clinical mental health counseling and a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) from Wake Forest University in 2017.
Marlena practices performance-enhancement, trauma-focused therapy, and general mental health issues at New Day in High Point while for those whose primary concern is substance-use or recovery-related issues and/or are interested in DBT can see her at Full Life Counseling in Winston-Salem.
Marlena Del Hierro, MA, MDiv, NCC, LPCA, LCASA
My specialties are in treating adults (18 and up) with issues related to:
Tackling roadblocks to goals
Anxiety, including social anxiety
Trauma & PTSD
In particular, I enjoy