Mark finds inspiration in existential, mindfulness-based, and narrative approaches to working with clients, and seeks to support clients' efforts to live compassionately with their own complexity. He has a particular interest in working with people who are living with loss, with therapists and others working in human service roles, and with creatives. He has a psychotherapy & consultation practice with locations in Cambridge and Milton. He has prior clinical experience in an outpatient community mental health, at a university counseling center, at a family bereavement support center, and at a family homeless shelter. Prior to his clinical training, Mark worked in non-profit administration and volunteer management, with a particular interest in homelessness. Mark serves on the Advisory Board of The Children's Room Center for Grieving Children and Teens.