Jay D. Marson, Esq., M.S.W., is a seasoned attorney and psychotherapist with over a decade of expertise. His law degree was obtained at New York University School of Law, and his master's degree was obtained from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work in New York City.
As a cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist with extensive expertise, he works with individuals who are suffering from anxiety, depression, panic disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, traumas, and behavioral problems. He also has a specific interest in dealing with difficulties of self-perception and self-esteem, and has assisted many people in significantly improving the quality of their lives.
Individuals, couples, families, and adolescents are all served by his practice. Based on his decades-long expertise, he is adept at assisting clients with their psychological and emotional challenges, which may include issues such as trauma and conflict. He assists customers in achieving transformational progress and personal growth as a result of his efforts.
Jay Marson is a member of the Family Law Section of the New York State Bar Association, where he practices as an attorney. A qualified and experienced mediator, he assists couples in reaching an amicable, calm, and compassionate settlement in the course of their separation and/or divorce proceedings. Mr. Adler assists his clients in effectively navigating complicated legal difficulties, as well as delicate and emotionally charged circumstances, in order to reach arrangements that are beneficial to the couple and their children as a whole. He is an expert in the field of mediation, not only in divorce cases, but also in commercial disputes and negotiations.
His work exemplifies excellent professionalism, assisting customers in the most effective manner possible to achieve the greatest potential results. In many cases, he navigates incredibly intricate circumstances using his expertise, experience, compassion, and empathy to guide him.
Jay Marson is also a jazz saxophonist who has recorded and performed in both the United States and abroad, among other places.