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M.A. in Counseling from Denver Seminary (2012)
B.A. in University Scholars from Baylor University (2006)
Professional license held in Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
2018 to Present: Logos Counseling Service, Therapist
2017 to 2018: Whetstone Counseling, Owner and Therapist
2016 to 2017: Sundance Behavioral Hospital, Program Therapist
2016 to 2016: Family Abuse Center, Interim Therapist
2013 to 2015: Mindspa Therapy, Therapist
Mark grew up in Arkansas, but moved to Texas to attend Baylor University for his undergraduate studies. He left Texas to earn his Master’s Degree in Counseling from Denver Seminary. After earning his license in 2015, he wanted to get back to Texas to be closer to family and friends. Mark is passionate about working with people seeking to regain a sense of confidence and security in their lives – from recovering from addiction to restoring a broken marriage.
Mark has worked in a variety of counseling settings: group practice, behavioral health hospitals, abuse shelters, and individual practice. He is very happy to be back in a group practice setting where he believes clients receive more effective care due to counselors’ ability to support each other while caring for clients. Mark has experience working with a variety of mental health needs including the following: couples counseling, addiction recovery, sex addiction and other men’s issues, PTSD, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, adolescent issues, and parenting issues.
On a more personal note, Mark is a big nerd at heart. He enjoys all sorts of movies and games – especially when they can be enjoyed with friends. One of the highlights of Mark’s nerdy interests is his weekly game night with a group of close friends.
I am currently licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor with the State of Texas. I work with a variety of populations including, but not limited to, children (6 years old and up), adolescents, adults, and families.
I believe everybody is unique and comes to me with different life experiences and struggles. My practice includes targeting therapeutic goals towards individualized needs and for what is “best fit” for each client. I feel a strong therapeutic relationship is needed in order for treatment to be successful. I provide an open, safe, and non-judgmental environment in order for clients to express themselves freely. My therapeutic approach is mostly eclectic, meaning I integrate a variety of counseling techniques within my practice based on the needs of the client. I tend to focus more on Family Systems Theory, which explores the roles of relationships and their impacts on the client’s mood and behavior, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which is an approach that focuses on examining the relationships between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. When working with younger children, I utilize Play Therapy, which allows self-guided expression in a safe and supportive environment while also working directly with parents to develop more effective communication and parenting skills. Overall, I assist clients in developing self-efficacy in order for them to integrate improved life skills and develop resiliency to life’s challenges.