Mark has worked in a variety of clinical settings and enjoys working with identity and existential issues, as well as complex trauma and PTSD. He offers both face to face or online sessions, with young people and adults.
Mark has received intensive training in a worldwide renowned virtual clinic which provides online therapy to individuals and groups suffering from a broad range of anxiety related disorders. He has also run group therapy sessions online for people with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
During the years Mark was completing his 6 years of clinical training, he worked in the human resources department of St Vincent’s Hospital, where clients present with complex disabilities and mental health issues. In this culturally and linguistically diverse setting, he honed his people management skills, which have been further expanded in the last few years when he became the father of two small children.
Mark has a capacity for deep empathic understanding of the kind of life challenges that affect many of his clients. He has a warm, caring and non-judgemental therapist style, with a practical focus on collaboratively helping his clients move towards meaningful and achievable personal goals.
Mark works with:
- Anxiety (generalised, social phobia, OCD)
- Identity and existential issues
- Complex Trauma and PTSD
- Life/work stressors
- Bipolar Disorder
- Self harm
- Sleep difficulties
- Assertiveness and problem solving
- Anger management
The range of therapy practices Mark utilises includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness techniques. He is currently undergoing accredited certification in Schema Therapy with the International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST).
Mark is available for consultation during weekday business hours, in addition to Saturdays.
- Master of Professional Psychology
- Registered Psychologist (AHPRA)
- Medicare Registered