Mark graduated from Bethel University with his B.S. (Bachelor in Science) in Athletic Training. Afterwards he received his M.S. (Masters in Science) from Azusa Pacific University in College Counseling and Student Development. He is currently working on his second Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and will be graduating in the Spring of 2019. He works with adolescents, adults, older adults, student athletes, individuals and couples.
He has 3 years experience working with Division I, Division II, and Division III level athletes in counseling and outreach. As well as an extensive background, utilizing his athletic training and counseling and student development degrees, in sports medicine in professional baseball, the collegiate level and high school level athletics.
Mark has an interest in working with individuals or couples dealing with; anxiety, OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), nutrition and eating disorders, depression, athletic pressure and performance, marriage or relationship issues, stress management and spirituality. Mark utilizes CBT, DBT, REBT and an existential approach all with his primary integrative lens.