Mary Weber, LMFT received her Master of Marriage and Family Therapy from the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. She began her career working in a community mental health agency focused on providing individual, group, and intensive outpatient therapy for individuals with substance use issues and was a certified DUI Assessor for the State of Kentucky. Before coming to USC, Weber spent six years working for the Claremont Colleges as a staff therapist and served as the liaison for the Queer Resource Center. She is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Her professional interests include college mental health, mindfulness, LGBTQ-affirmative therapy, gender affirmative therapy, couples counseling, cultivating resilience, improving distress tolerance, anxiety, multicultural counseling, first-generation college students, collaborative therapy, substance use disorders, pastoral counseling, marriage and family therapy theories, life-span development and minority stress. She is a liaison for the LGBTQ+ Student Center. She would tell her college self to: “Learn mindfulness. You have the strength to get through all the bumps in the road of life.”
Her pronouns are she, her, hers.