Marianne Seeber, MA, EMP, LPC, CAPP

Marianne Seeber View Specialties

  • Licensed Professional Counselor, Positive Psychology Practioner and Energy Healer
  • 3 Long Meadow Hill Road, Brookfield, Connecticut, 06804
  • Phone: 203 733 6207
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Pathways Counseling of CT is my private counseling practice, established in 2010, offering individual, couples and group sessions. I am located in historic Brookfield Center, within walking distance of Williams Park, the Brookfield Public Library, and Brookfield High School. People seek professional counseling for many reasons and I help my clients create the tool box they need for continued healing and flourishing. While we all experience emotional pain, sadness and disappointments, I will help you to identify and develop your strengths, while healing your emotional wounds.
I am an Integrative Psychotherapist, which simply means, I have had a broad education and training in many techniques and modalities. I started my counseling career 30 years ago, all the while being conscious of my own need for continued growth and personal process. I heard a long time ago “that we can only take our clients as far as we have gone ourselves” in therapy and training.
Although I had been traditionally trained, over the years I knew there had to be more and so I pursued my education in Energy Medicine and Core Energetics.  In 2013 after the tragedy in Sandy Hook, CT, I felt called to continue my training of the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT/Tapping) as well as in the field of Applied Positive Psychology. The combination of all of these modalities, I believe, gives me a unique toolbox as a therapist, so that I can best support you. 
After my latest training I created Pathways to Resiliency©, a toolbox for flourishing, a toolbox for life. I created this concept after completing my certification in Applied Positive Psychology at the The Flourishing Center in NYC in Spring, 2014. Traditional counseling tends to focus on “what’s wrong” and Pathways to Resiliency focuses on “what’s RIGHT” with you! I teach the science behind enhancing our well-being, and the skills to create our own desired quality of life. Resiliency is defined as “our ability to bounce back”. We all experience adversity at some point in our lives. Research shows that when we practice skills for resiliency, we can thrive, improve our self-regulation and experience safety in our bodies, particularly after trauma. Please give me a call so we can make our first appointment. You can reach me at 203.733.6207.
Finally, to give you a broader sense of my credentials and accomplishments I share with you that I: 
Earned MA in Counseling from The College of New Jersey, 1985
Am a Licensed Professional Counselor; State of CT, Department of Public Health – License # 001903
Certified Addictions Counselor (CAC) in PA, NJ, 1985 - 1991
Completed Post-Graduate studies at Western Connecticut State University, 2009
Has extensive training in Body-Mind Modalities for more than 15 years
Earned a four year Energy Therapy diploma from The Institute of Healing Arts and Sciences, 2008
Earned a two year certificate in Body-Mind Evolutionary Therapy, 2009
Certified as a QPR Gatekeeper, Suicide Prevention, 2012
Certified as a Positive Discipline™ Parent Educator, 2013
Completed AAMET’s Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Levels 1 & 2 training requirements, 2013
Certified as a Positive Psychology Practitioner from The Flourishing Center, NYC, 2014; completed coursework in Advanced Positive Psychology, 2014
In addition, my professional affiliations are:
Member of American Counseling AssociationMember of Connecticut Counseling AssociationMember of Connecticut Counseling Association, Western ChapterCurrent Member of Brookfield Cares, local prevention council, promoting community mental wellness & health; preventing substance abuse and suicideMember of Brookfield Chamber of Commerce
some of my personal accomplishments are:

Co-founder, Brookfield Cares’ Parent Hope and Support Group, 2014
Recipient of the United Way of Western CT “Hometown Hero Award” for Brookfield, March, 2015
Recipient of the Women’s Club of Brookfield “Woman of the Year” award, June, 2015 

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Brookfield CT