Cheri L. Marmarosh, PhD, is a full-time associate professor of professional psychology at the George Washington University and a licensed psychologist. She has published numerous empirical and theoretical articles that focus on how group and individual therapy facilitate change and is the lead author of two books- Attachment in Group Psychotherapy and Group: Facilitating a Culture of Change. She is an associate editor of Psychotherapy and on the editorial boards of Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice and the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. Dr. Marmarosh is a Fellow of the American Psychology Association, Division 29 (Psychotherapy) and Division 49 (Group Psychotherapy). She has a private practice in Washington, DC.
Dr. Marmarosh’s research applies attachment theory to understand the development of the psychotherapy relationship, and she has focused on how client and therapist attachments influence both the process and outcome of psychotherapy.
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