About RMH Therapy
RMH Therapy is a division of Resiliency Mental Health, Inc.
Welcome! I am Dr. Amy Marschall, clinical psychologist licensed in South Dakota, Montana, New York, North Dakota, Florida, Wisconsin, and South Carolina.
As a therapist, I work primarily with children and adolescents and can work with adults if we are a good fit. As an evaluator, I can provide psychological assessments for children, teens, and adults for ADHD, autism, anxiety, mood problems, personality issues, memory difficulties, and other concerns.
How I Operate
I incorporate evidence-based interventions as well as a client-centered approach to therapy that empowers YOU to be in charge of your treatment. My practice is trauma-informed, which means that I recognize the prevalence of trauma in the general population and take steps to create a comfortable environment that feels safe and empowering for all clients.
All of my sessions are conducted via telemental health using HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing through Zoom.
I believe each client is the expert on themselves. As a psychologist, I can offer insight into symptoms and mental health diagnoses, but no one knows you and your experience better than you.
In addition, my psychology practice emphasizes social justice, cultural competence, and LGBTQ+ affirming care.
I earned my doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Hartford in 2015 through the generalist track, meaning that I trained in treating clients throughout the lifespan with a myriad of presenting concerns.
I completed my pre-doctoral internship through the National Psychology Training Consortium, Central Region, with emphases in child and adolescent assessment, neurodivergence, and rural mental health.
Prior to entering private practice, I worked as a child and adolescent psychologist at Sioux Falls Psychological Services, focusing on play therapy, trauma-informed care, assessment, and telemental health.
I complete ongoing education every year in compliance with state licensure standards. I also actively participate in consultation groups to ensure that I am providing my clients with competent care and ethical practice.
My Personal Disclosure
My two cats, Armani and Vera, often make appearances in my sessions. Armani is diabetic and sometimes helps clients who take medication or have a chronic illness. Vera was previously a stray and often helps clients understand and process trauma symptoms.
When I am off the clock, I spend a lot of time reading and writing. I also enjoy creating art, including drawing, painting, and making jewelry. If you are interested in my writing, you are welcome to read my blog or check out pieces I have written for VeryWell.
I am autistic, and I have ADHD. In the past, I have been treated for depression and anxiety.