Master of Social Work, Northeastern Illinois University
Bachelor of Arts in History, Northeastern Illinois University
Humana, Cigna, Cigna EAP & Optum (Oscar, Oxford, UnitedHealthcare, VACCN & UMR)
Marina Callozzo is a licensed clinical social worker. Marina sees therapy as a give-and-take between the therapist and patient, not just a place for patients to unload their burdens in a one-sided setting. For those who want their therapy sessions to feel like a conversation, Marina offers suggestions, reactions, and opinions. Patients can expect Marina to be compassionate, empathetic, challenging, light-hearted at times, and always a spirited advocate. She has supported immigrants and refugees living with complex trauma, helped students cope with anxiety and depression, and guided couples struggling to communicate and reconnect. Marina is trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities and often uses cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy to help patients change their thought processes and how they feel about their circumstances. She also favors humanistic and strength-based therapies, focusing on the person as an autonomous, three-dimensional individual.
When dealing with trauma, Marina often uses narrative therapy to return control to the patient and offer them a sense of renewal by retelling their experiences from a stronger, more empowered perspective. Marina’s goal is to support her patients so they can experience growth, empowerment, and change in a safe, healthy environment. Marina has been providing therapy since 2018 and works with patients ages 13-64. She treats patients who are facing anxiety, depression, grief, life transitions, obsessive-compulsive disorder, relationship issues, self-esteem problems, stress, trauma, PTSD, women’s issues, control disorders, mood disorders, LGBTQ-specific issues, and more. Marina’s social justice beliefs inform who she is as a therapist. She is involved in a variety of different local and international fights for justice, including safety and therapy work for queer youth. Outside of work, Marina is an avid knitter, reader, and attentive parent to two cats with enormous personalities. She spent two years as a circus aerial artist and taught eighth grade for five years. Marina enjoys working at SohoMD because the company is at the forefront of providing quality teletherapy, thanks to its collaborative and holistic model.
SOHOMD | Teletherapy + Telepsychiatry
Medical Insurance Overview
Most of our providers are in-network with the following plans: Cigna, Meritain Health, Optum (Oscar, Oxford Health Plans, UnitedHealthcare) and Wellfleet. Fees for treatment vary depending on length of appointment and type of treatment received. Payment should be made at the time of the visit. We do accept all major credit cards, HSA, and FSA.
Let Us Know What’s Up
We’ll ask for a brief medical history and get your insurance or payment information through our client onboarding process.
Your Therapy Session
Your virtual teletherapy appointment is the easiest part. To speak with one of our doctors all you need is a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
What We’ll Do
We’ll follow up to create the best therapy plan for you. We’ll set up a wellness plan and schedule another appointment.