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Marlene Price

Marlene Price

LGSW Therapist

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Marlene Price

Marlene Price has dedicated her career to creating an environment where clients can bring their whole selves to treatment and honor their truth throughout the therapeutic process. At the heart of her clinical work is an Afrocentric perspective, one that understands the importance of both culture and community as part of individual growth. In her work with clients at The Dorm, she draws from several evidence-based modalities including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy, and Solutions-Focused Therapy. She holds a Master’s of Social Work from Boston College.

In prior roles, Marlene has gained extensive experience working with a diverse client community. During her time at Boston College, she earned a certificate in Black Leadership and a Dean’s Award for Equity, Justice, and Inclusion. She interned at Casa Esperanza, a bi-cultural and bilingual organization working with Latinx adults who struggled with substance use disorders. She also interned at Father’s Uplift, the country’s first mental health and substance use treatment facility for fathers and families. Before embarking on a clinical career, she gained valuable experience working with young adults as a college advisor and workforce development expert. 

In her free time, Marlene likes to watch reality TV, do yoga, and be in community with those she loves. 

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