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Veronica Marshall, LCSW

Veronica Marshall, LCSW


Licensed in CA #89775
Insurances Accepted: Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, Health Net/MHN
I lead with compassion and hope to work with you to jointly determine the best approach that meets your needs and obtain your goals.

My Therapy Style

Welcome! I'm here to support you and would be honored to connect and develop a safe and collaborative therapeutic journey. In our session, I will work with you through life's challenges and help discover your strengths. I provide a safe culturally inclusive supportive space in the journey of healing and help foster self-love, self-compassion, and acceptance. I hope to teach you scientifically proven and tangible skills to navigate through life's challenges and life phases. I lead with compassion and hope to work with you to jointly determine the best approach that meets your needs and obtain your goals.

Education & Training

BA - Psychology, California State University Los Angeles

MSW - Social Work, Azusa Pacific University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

I struggled with my feelings during my adolescent years and sought therapy. I didn't have language for my feelings and did not know how to process them in healthy ways. The counselor I saw was able to help me and truly has been my unsung hero who supported me, and guidance, and made me feel seen. He was my inspiration to become a therapist. It truly is an honor to provide a safe space where someone can be seen and heard, it is equal parts powerful and transformative.

What are your interests outside of work?

I love connecting to the outdoors and nature. A walk or beautiful hike always grounds me. I enjoy camping with my family as well as appreciate the arts and music. My love language is sushi and my mother's home cooking.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

I spend time practicing gratitude daily. It is sometime in the smallest of things that I find myself being thankful for. There are days I have to remind myself to do this because life gets messy, but the small gesture of gratitude brings so much hope and perspective.

What book have you read more than once?

The Count of Monte Cristo. It was the first big book I read as a kid and I remember how it transported me. It was like reading a soap opera (or a Telenovela) and it was riveting to me that a book could do this. The themes of human justice, relative happiness versus absolute happiness, and love versus alienation, all captivated me. As a 1st generation child of an immigrant, this was the first trip I took to Paris, France and it was through the great writing of Alexandre Dumas.

How do you recharge?

I recharge by traveling, big or small.