Marlon F. Riddick is an experienced and passionate Psychotherapist and Education Administrator. Mr. Riddick has dedicated approximately twenty years of his life providing unwavering, rigorous support in the mental health, education and social service field.
As a teenager Mr. Riddick worked as a Youth Activity Coordinator, at the Francis Myers Recreation Center in Southwest Philadelphia, facilitating job readiness workshops for his peers in his community. Mr. Riddick later went on to provide Career Consultation to various “welfare to work” and “transition/halfway house” programs throughout the Philadelphia area for multiple years.
Several years, Mr. Riddick provided comprehensive family-based support to children and their families through a local “In-Home Protective” service provider in collaboration with the Department of Human Service (DHS), throughout the Philadelphia area. During those several, Mr. Riddick also acted as Site Coordinator for a weekend program for “at-risk youth” with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia. As a Psychotherapist, Mr. Riddick has spent the last fifteen years providing genuine, compassionate social emotional and therapeutic support to adolescent and adult individuals with mild to acute psychiatric challenges in, in-patient hospitalization and outpatient settings in a per diem capacity.
Also, over the last thirteen years, Mr. Riddick has diligently worked in the capacity of Administrator, managing accelerated and transitional programs to meet the academic and social needs of at-risk students in alternative education schools and programs for one of the largest urban school districts in the country.
Mr. Riddick, has several years of experience employed in legal and corporate venues as a Paralegal/or Legal Assistant performing substantive and procedural legal duties. Marlon F. Riddick earned his Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies from Peirce College and a Master in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College.