An inside look
Cesia Marino, LIMHP, began her behavioral health career at OneWorld in 2015. Before starting her career, Marino earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology and her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling at the University of Nebraska – Kearney.
“As an English and Spanish speaker, I always wanted to use my bilingual skills in my career, and I was drawn to OneWorld because providing services in patients’ native languages is prioritized. I see how important it is for a person to be able to communicate in their own language every day. It really makes our patients feel heard and understood.”
In her free time, Marino enjoys spending time with her husband and their French Bulldog, Zizou. She also enjoys exercising and is a self-declared foodie, so trying new restaurants is at the top of her list.
Marino works primarily with patients at the Women’s Health clinic on the Livestock Exchange Health campus. The OneWorld Behavioral Health team provides services at every clinical location, through in person and telehealth appointments.