Meet The Therapist
You deserve to feel better about your life! I will listen to your needs and help you develop goals for therapy. My role is to guide and support your efforts to attain those goals in a safe, warm, and confidential environment. Therapy is for your benefit and growth. I have experience helping families, children, adolescents, couples, and individuals with a wide variety of issues. Marital/Premarital, family struggles, couples work, depression, anxiety, domestic violence and career counseling are just some of my specialties. Life is filled with challenges and at times this can be overwhelming for many of us. Let me assist you with these challenges, so you can create satisfaction and joy in your life! I have many years experience working with children, adolescents, and families in Los Angeles County, Orange County and San Diego County.
Mark is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFC #46057) practicing in North Count San Diego near the border of South Oceanside and Carlsbad. He obtained his Bachelors from the University of San Diego and his Masters in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. Mark has worked with a couple hundred families in the last 7 years and handled some of the more difficult cases in Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego County. Mark currently contracts on a per diem basis with Tri City Medical Center Hospital to assist the hospital in completing psychiatric evaluations in the Emergency Room. Mark, his wife and their son reside in North County San Diego.
Marks’ career counseling comes from direct experience of different careers. He had successful careers in other areas before entering this field. Mark was a Federal Agent for the US Government for over 2 yrs, studying human behavior to effectively capture and arrest criminals. He worked in the corporate world Downtown Los Angeles for a couple of years, managing and hiring multiple types of employees. Mark worked for a major pharmaceutical firm in San Diego. Mark is certified to give the oldest and most successful career test, the Myers Briggs Type Indicator.