More About Mark – MA, LPC
Mark earned his Master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He is currently working toward his PhD at The Ohio State University in Counselor Education.
As a professional counselor he has provided services to individuals, couples, and groups. Mark has helped clients who deal with depression, anxiety, substance use, and men’s issues. Mark has also led substance abuse groups for adolescents, helping them move toward a path to a healthier lifestyle. His rapport building approach allows clients to feel safe and gain confidence toward personal wellness.
Mark’s doctoral work is targeted to help individuals who struggle with the life altering effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences. He believes in providing a comfortable area to process the emotions that arise from these events in order to receive closure and come to peace with these, sometimes, traumatic memories.
Mark commonly utilizes Person-Centered Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy empowering the client to face their struggles and make lasting changes that not only affect the way they act, but also the way they view their life and their decisions. Mark believes the power of therapy comes from an individual being able to be open up about the darkest areas of their lives, as this opening allows for personal growth and acceptance.
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
University of Cincinnati