Marni Low is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and (Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) in the state of New York. Marni has over 13 years experience providing comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services to individuals and diverse family systems in a variety of social service agencies in California, New York City and Sydney, Australia.
Marni has extensive experience working with adolescents and adults in substance abuse treatment programs. She headed the Family Therapy Department at an Adolescent Residential Drug Treatment Program, and consulted to the New York City Administration of Children’s Services on high-risk ACS cases with presenting mental health, substance abuse and domestic violence issues.
While living in Australia, Marni provided individual and family therapy to the LGBT community at the AIDS Council of New South Wales. She also developed and implemented a Comorbidity Training Program, which provided statewide training around the co-occurrence of substance abuse, mental health and medical conditions. Through this program, Marni presented at several national and international conferences on a variety of topics related to substance abuse, gender identity issues and the GLBT community.
As Program Director of Supportive Housing Programs for families with mental health, substance abuse and chronic medical issues in the Bronx, NY, Marni ensured the day-to-day operations of all clinical and non-clinical programs and activities for 75 individuals and families. Marni oversaw a team of 7 clinical and non-clinical staff providing crisis intervention and ongoing individual and family therapy to tenant’s.
Marni is currently in private practice in New York City where she focus’ her practice on substance abuse disorders, Perinatal issues including postpartum depression and pregnancy loss, eating disorders and mood disorders.
American Addiction Centers (AAC)
American Addiction Centers (AAC) is the leading provider for addiction treatment across the U.S. specializing in evidence-based treatment and mental health care.
At AAC, we aim to treat the whole person, which includes those with co-occurring mental health disorders, physical illnesses, or social issues related to addiction treatment.