Dr. Marie Mangin received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Duke University, her M.S. from the Miami Institute of Psychology, and her Psy.D. from Albizu University in Miami, FL. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Atlantic Shores Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
Dr. Mangin recently joined the team at the Potomac Center, Inc., a practice that has a dependable history of service in the Northern Virginia area. Previously, Dr. Mangin worked as a Military and Family Life Counselor in Florida, Washington, D.C., and Virginia, where she provided individual, couples, group, and family-oriented therapies to active duty military members and their families. Dr. Mangin also has experience in outpatient, inpatient, and partial hospitalization settings. She has been involved with diverse client populations and issues, to include substance-related disorders, severe and persistent mental illness, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, geropsychology, bipolar and related disorders, life transitions, relationship issues, adjustment disorders, and bereavement. Dr. Mangin integrates a variety of treatment methods, such as cognitive behavior therapy, solution-focused brief psychotherapy, and motivational interviewing to assist her clients in effecting their desired change.
As a member of a military family, Dr. Mangin has lived, parented, and worked in the Commonwealth of Virginia for more than a decade. Now she and her family call Virginia “home.”