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Chaplain Mark has been in the counseling field in one form or another since he was 18 years old. Working in rehab settings for most of his adult life, ranging from head injuries to mental health facilities. 

Chaplain Mark received his associate degree in  2011 and his bachelor's in 2014 and now has re-entered for his Masters's degree.  He specializes in:

Addiction 

Adolescent, teen, and young adult

Bipolar and ADHD

Family and Marriage



Other Services

Abuse, 

Anger issues

 child and teen, young adult behavior (as young as age 4)

 Couples relationships

depression

divorce 

family counseling 

intimacy and relational support

 parenting support 

Premarital

Chaplain Mark also officiates weddings and funerals

What is the difference between a psychologist, psychiatrist, counselor, therapist, and social worker?

This is what a typical person in each field may do:

  • Counselor, Psychotherapist or Therapist
    • a general term that could refer to many mental health professionals
    • provides counseling/therapy
    • provides mental health referral if medication or other services are needed
  • Psychiatrist - has medical training
    • provides medication management
    • provides brief counseling
    • typically schedules appointments less frequently than other mental health professionals
  • Psychologist
    • has advanced training in mental health problems
    • provides counseling/therapy
    • conducts personality/cognitive assessments
  • Social Worker
    • provides counseling/therapy and referrals
    • provides case management



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