Learn, Grow, Forgive:
A Path to Spiritual Success

After thirty years of personal and professional healing, Dr. Donna Marks has developed a three-step process that offers a path to freedom from bondage. Learn, Grow, Forgive is written for those of you stuck in a pattern you can't break.

 

Donna Marks has been in private practice in Palm Beach County for over 30 years

As a published author, consultant, educator, psychotherapist and instructor of 'A Course in Miracles',
she has been able to assist those in need of intensive healing due to family of origin, and/or subsequent pain and trauma

Donna Marks has been a licensed psychotherapist and addictions counselor in private practice in Palm Beach County for over 30 years.

  • Public Speaker

  • Addiction

  • Crisis Stabilization

  • Depression

  • Family Therapy

  • Individual Therapy

  • Corporate Consultation

  • Relationships

  • Psychoanalysis

  • Spirituality

  • Intervention

Dr. Marks specializes in working with individuals who have been unable to break unwanted patterns of behavior by working through the internal obstructions that stand in the way of achieving one’s life goals. She believes that the combined methods of psychoanalysis and spirituality are a powerful method to not only heal the past and find freedom, but to also obtain meaning from all of those life events—the essential requirements for lasting change and a promising future.
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Dr. Marks is available for individual, couples, family counseling, or corporate consultation either at her office or on site (hourly or intensive).

She is also available for telephone or Skype sessions.

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