Mrs. Marcia Naomi Berger LCSW

Marriage & Family Therapist
Marcia Naomi Berger

Credentials: Diploma/Degree

Institution: University of Michigan School of Social Work

Certification: Master of Social Work degree

Certification Year: 1968

In practice since: 1968

Marcia Naomi Berger, MSW, LCSW, author of Marriage Meetings for Lasting Love: 30 Minutes a Week to the Relationship You’ve Always Wanted https://www.amazon.com/Marriage-Meetings-Lasting-Love-Relationship/dp/1608682234 (New World Library, 2014), is a licensed clinical social worker with a private psychotherapy practice in San Rafael, California. She is a popular keynote speaker and workshop leader, who offers simple, practical tips for enriching marriage and other relationships by using positive communication and other skills. Her online class, “The Marriage Meeting Program: a Strength-Based Approach for Successful Relationships,” appears on the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) site.

She has also taught continuing education programs at UC Berkeley Extension, and Alliant International University. A former executive director of a family service agency and clinical faculty member at the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, she has held senior level positions in child welfare, alcoholism treatment, and psychiatry. Marcia Naomi Berger lives in San Rafael, California with her husband of 27 years.

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Marcia Naomi Berger, MSW, LCSW
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Areas of Specialty

Adoption

Alcohol Abuse

Anger Management

Anxiety

Behavioral Issues

Codependency

Confidence

Coping Skills

Depression

Emotional Disturbance

Family Conflict

Grief

Life Coaching

Mood Disorders

Obesity

Parenting

Positivity

Peer Relationships

Relationship Issues

Self Esteem

Sex Therapy

Spirituality

Substance Abuse

Success Coaching

Thinking Disorders

Weight Loss

Treatment Methods

Business Coaching

Counseling/Psychotherapy

Family Therapy

Life Coaching

Marriage counseling

Positive Psychology

Relationship Counseling

Sex Therapy

Sexual Identity Therapy

Success Coaching

Articles Marcia Naomi has Published
Wishing Your Mate Would Be More Empathic?
Wishing Your Mate Would Be More Empathic?

Can you talk to your partner about your feelings, hopes, goals and dreams? Does he listen and respond empathically? If he does, wow! But if he doesn't, don't necessarily rule him out. I'm referring to »

Can you talk to your partner about your feelings, hopes, goals and dreams? Does he listen and respond empathically? If he does, wow! But if he doesn't, don't necessarily rule him out. I'm referring to him because the complaint usually is about ta male partner. Many men tend to jump in with a solution or a judgment when a woman wants only to be heard, because they are, um, men. Typically, the male brain..

Mrs. Marcia Naomi Berger · June 27th, 2017

Mrs. Marcia Naomi Berger · June 27th, 2017

Marriage: Ball & Chain or Happier You?
Marriage: Ball & Chain or Happier You?

You may have heard marriage being referred to as "the old ball and chain." Many people are afraid that marriage will tie them down. But must marriage really cost you your freedom? If you've been doing »

You may have heard marriage being referred to as "the old ball and chain." Many people are afraid that marriage will tie them down. But must marriage really cost you your freedom? If you've been doing fine on your own for some time, you may think so. But actually a good marriage supports you to be free to be who you are, because partners consider each other's needs, as well as their own and consequently..

Mrs. Marcia Naomi Berger · June 4th, 2017

Mrs. Marcia Naomi Berger · June 4th, 2017

Yum! Feed Your Relationship with Humble Pie
Yum! Feed Your Relationship with Humble Pie

It may seem natural to want to put our best foot forward in relationships. Many are tempted to show off how smart or right they are, which they think will impress their partner. But really they are feeding »

It may seem natural to want to put our best foot forward in relationships. Many are tempted to show off how smart or right they are, which they think will impress their partner. But really they are feeding their egos, not nourishing a good relationship. We're more likely to succeed in love and marriage by showing humility. Being humble doesn't mean putting oneself down in a way that implies a lack..

Mrs. Marcia Naomi Berger · May 3rd, 2017

Mrs. Marcia Naomi Berger · May 3rd, 2017

Making Married Love Last — Easier Than You
Making Married Love Last — Easier Than You Think!

Do you think love necessarily fade after marriage? Fo many couples, it gets better and better and it probably can for you too, once you establish a simple routine. Regardless of life's ups and downs, you »

Do you think love necessarily fade after marriage? Fo many couples, it gets better and better and it probably can for you too, once you establish a simple routine. Regardless of life's ups and downs, you can increase romance, intimacy, and teamwork. You can deal with issues constructively and usually arrive at win-win solutions. My prescription for making such dreams come true: hold a weekly marriage..

Mrs. Marcia Naomi Berger · February 25th, 2017

Mrs. Marcia Naomi Berger · February 25th, 2017