Mary Hunt

Mary Hunt is a therapy intern pursuing a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at National University. Her goal is to create a safe space in therapy where individuals, couples, and families can find support, understanding, and change. She is trained in systems theory and her approach integrates systems-based therapeutic models such as Solution-Focused Therapy and Collaborative Therapy. She believes every client is unique and seeks to individualize treatment to meet their needs.

Prior to starting her Master’s program, Mary received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in family studies from Brigham Young University. In her free time, you can often find her spending time with her husband, friends, and family. She also enjoys outdoor activities like pickleball, snow skiing, water skiing, and hiking.

I feel that my personal and professional experience allows me to connect and empathize with individuals and couples who might be dealing with the stress of marriage, military life, and chronic illness, including depression and anxiety. I have worked with families dealing with palliative and hospice care, helping to reduce stress and work through grief and related issues. - Michael Gisser, LMFT

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