Marissa Stanziani, Ph.D., earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Fordham University and her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from the University of Alabama. Her clinical work integrates cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic-interpersonal approaches alongside strength-based techniques. This has spanned treatment addressing adjustment disorders, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders regarding topics of identity, gender, and sexuality, as well as grief and complicated bereavement. Additionally, Dr. Stanziani has significant experience working with individuals with serious mental illness and substance use disorders, particularly within the forensic psychology realm. She is trained in conducting a range of forensic evaluations, psychodiagnostics evaluations, and psychoeducational evaluations.
Sade Solano was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. Sade moved to Durham October 2009 with her parents and younger brother. Sade attended high school in 2016 from Durham School of the Arts. She graduated from UNCG in 2020 with her bachelors in Psychology.