Marlon Rollins PhD, LMHC, LPCC has over 20 years’ experience in behavioral health and addiction care. He has degrees in psychology (BS), counseling psychology (MA) and education psychology (PhD) from Ball State University. He is a researcher and a self-published author of topics on suicide prevention and building resilience. Dr. Rollins works with sensitivity to diverse populations. He is trained in treating emotional trauma, grief/loss, men’s health, depression, anxiety, and suicide prevention. He has a compassionate and developmental approach with clients. He uses a brief psychodynamic method and Emotional Intuitive Therapy to aid clients in processing and cognitive restructuring. He joins Thru Health to help provide easier access to therapy to those who otherwise are unable to find the support they need during life’s difficulties.