Rochelle Marecheau, LAMFT
associate Marriage and family therapist
Rochelle started her career at Kennesaw State University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. She always knew she wanted to help people and realized that how someone experiences the world affects them tremendously. She went on to earn her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Mercer University’s School of Medicine. She decided that studying marriage and family therapy was the way to further understand how our society of systems impacts our mental health.
Rochelle enjoys working with individuals and families from a narrative perspective acknowledging that everyone has their own story apart from what society has labeled and written for them. Narrative Therapy sees problems and trauma apart from the person experiencing them rather than a determinant of their value in this world. Rochelle works hard to provide her clients with tools to thrive, which is why she also became a Level 2 certified Gottman Therapist. Using Gottman Method Couples Therapy in conjunction with Narrative Therapy for couples and families allows for clients in the room to grow as individuals while still prospering relationally.
Throughout Rochelle’s career she has worked with many presenting problems including depression, suicidality, anxiety, alcohol abuse, and trauma. Subsequently because of her career experiences in outpatient and inpatient levels of care, she has developed a style of therapy that is not suitable for children one on one. Rochelle sees individual clients starting at age 13, couples in all forms, and families in any combination.