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MAK MORIN

Mak Morin, LCAT (they/them) is a trauma-informed, liberation-focused, and person-centered drama therapist. Mak has specific expertise working with LGBTQ young people and adults struggling with obsessive-compulsive symptoms and disorders (OCD), integrating empirically-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy (ERPT) approaches to OCD treatment with creative arts methodologies. Mak uses talk therapy, expressive arts, and narradrama techniques in their practice, partnering with clients to match modality with an individual’s needs and treatment goals. In addition to OCD, Mak works with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, as well as varied mood and adjustment related concerns. 

 

Mak is a graduate of New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education, Culture, and Human Development, where they received their master’s degree in Drama Therapy. Mak has experience working in community-based non-profit settings like the Hetrick-Martin Institute and the Seamark Personal Recovery Oriented Services program, as well as inpatient clinical training at NYC Health and Hospital’s Kings County Hospital.

 

Contact us to schedule an appointment with Mak.