GinaMarie Guarino, LMHC
GinaMarie Guarino is a licensed mental health counselor with a background in substance abuse, anxiety, depression, and personality disorders. GinaMarie earned her Bachelor’s of Psychology at SUNY Oneonta in Upstate New York, and her Master’s of Mental Health Counseling at Bernard Baruch College in Manhattan, New York.
GinaMarie is a distance counselor, which means she provides online counseling services to clients all over the globe. GinaMarie is also a writer and content developer, and dedicates a great deal of her time spreading awareness about mental health.
GinaMarie’s goal is to not only spread awareness about mental health, but to also support her fellow mental health professionals in providing treatment and care to clients and patients.
License: Licensed Mental Health Counselor
License State: New York
License Number: 007038
License Date Received: 2016
Latest Articles By GinaMarie Guarino, LMHC
- How To Support And Show Up For The People You Care About
- What Is Family Therapy?
- Why Do I Have Nightmares Every Night?
- Best Ways To Switch Tasks To Avoid Burnout
- What To Say (And NOT To Say) When Someone Is Depressed
- Surviving Tough Times By Building Resilience
- What Are The Main Causes Of Stress?
- Ways To Stop Feeling Irritated
- How To Start A Conversation The Right Way
- Common Risk Factors For OCD
- Oedipal Complex
- Anxiety Symptoms In Children
- Living With Pica
- Gifting Is Good For Both Giver And Receiver
- Am I A Hypochondriac?
- What Are The 5 Love Languages?
- Acute Stress Disorder: Causes And Treatment
- Depression Treatment And Management
- The Little Albert Experiment
- Do You Need A Partner To Have A Happy Life?
- Ways To Improve Your Time Management
- Self-Care Activities For Coping With Stress
- How To Overcome Social Anxiety
- The Loneliness Of Grief
- Why So Angry? It Might Be Depression
- Struggling To Adjust? You May Have Adjustment Disorder
- How To Find The Right Therapist
- The Strongest Predictors Of Romantic Relationship Quality
- What You Should Know About Social Anxiety
- Ways You Can Practice Self-Care