Edward Marshall

Edward Marshall

Registered Psychotherapists · PhD (University of La Laguna, Spain., 1997)

Psychotherapy Provider (Registered Psychotherapist)

Member of College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO)

Providing virtual psychotherapy services over the phone and video conferencing. I have over 20 years of clinical experience working in hospitals and community services. I offer a trauma informed approach (mindfulness) in combination with meaning centered psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy. I have experience in working with individuals suffering from depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, medical unexplained symptoms, personality disorders and other mental health problems.


Primary Practice Location

Ottawa Institute of Logotherapy

Ottawa, Ontario K2S 1Y7

Phone: (613) 979-9133

45.2732777
-75.9055407
individual

Extended office hours: evenings

Website: https://www.logotherapy.ca

Years of Experience

20

Certifications

Viktor E Frankl Professor of Psychotherapy and Spirituality. Graduate Theological Foundation, USA (2000 to present)
Certified Supervisor. National Consortium in Health Education. University of Ottawa section (2017).
Advanced Certificate in Professional and Executive Coaching, College of Executive Coaching, USA (2016).
Diplomate Clinician in Logotherapy. Viktor E Frankl Institute of Logotherapy, USA (2010).
Post graduate Diploma in Clinical Psychiatry. University of Leeds, UK (2000).

Publications

Marshall, E. & & Marshall, M. (2020). Wellbeing through Meaning: Burnout Prevention for the Helping Professional. Ottawa: Ottawa Institute of Logotherapy.
Marshall, E. (2018). An Initial Survey of the Experience of Freedom of Will in Relationships. The International Forum for Logotherapy. 41(1), 6-12.
Marshall, E. (2017). Freedom of Will in Relationships. The International Forum for Logotherapy. 40 (2), 87-96.
Marshall, E. & Marshall, M. (2017). Anthropological Basis of Meaning Centered Psychotherapy. Ottawa: Ottawa Institute of Logotherapy.
Marshall, E. (2014). Freedom of Will and Personality: A Logotherapeutic Approach for the Treatment of Personality Disorders. The International Forum for Logotherapy. 37 (2), 71-75.

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