Types of Clients
Children, Teens, Adults, and Families
Mark's clinical interests include disorders of mood, anxiety, high-functioning autism, ADHD in adults and children, and a wide range of children's issues, including trauma, OCD, school problems, learning difficulties, and behavior problems. He is author of the book Understanding ADHD and How to Help Your Child: A Therapist’s Guide for Parents.
Training and Experience
Mark is a licensed psychologist who has been in private practice since 2006. He is also a licensed school psychologist, and has been practicing in the Madison and Middleton/Cross Plains school districts since 2000. He has worked at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Mark earned a PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2000. His internship experience included practice at various units of the Mendota Mental Health Institute, where he worked with a wide range of clients from age 5 to adult. As part of his internship, he also worked in a program which provided intensive in-home therapy for families with young children. Prior to becoming a psychologist, Mark earned a degree in the History of Science from the University of Wisconsin.
Mark uses a variety of approaches, tailored to his client's needs. Some techniques that he utilizes include cognitive behavioral therapy, insight-oriented therapy, play therapy, and parenting consultation.