Mark Stevens, M.Ed., LPC
Mark Stevens is a professional counselor with forty years of educational and school/community counseling experience. Mark has a Master’s Degree from the College of Idaho in both General and School Counseling. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington State University in the Biological Sciences and Education. Mark has taught at the secondary and postsecondary level. He is also certified as an Emergency Medical Technician in both Washington and Idaho. He has been active as a volunteer pre-hospital health provider for the past 40 years. He is a professional adult educator in Emergency Medical Services.
Mark has worked as a counselor in southwestern Idaho, Eastern Washington, and the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley. Mark is an Idaho Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Nationally Board Certified as a counselor (NCC). His counseling experience is two-fold. For years he worked in the public schools as a school counselor. He worked with at-risk youth for several years within the high school setting. Mark has been recognized as a competent counselor and educator. He has been utilized by Washington State University, University of Idaho, College of Idaho, and Northwest Nazarene University as a community/school counseling supervisor and a counseling practicum supervisor. Mark also worked with Boise State University as a student teacher master supervisor.
Mark’s background in EMS lead him to counsel Emergency Medical Personnel, Fire Fighters and Law Enforcement Officers. He is known for his effective debriefing style.
Mark is an eclectic counselor with preference towards cognitive behavioral therapy and solution-focused therapy. He successfully applies those therapy styles in his work with adolescents.
Mark primarily works with older adolescents (high school age) and college students with adjustment concerns and/or emergency providers attempting to resolve overwhelming experiences.
Mark is a member of the American Counseling Association and American School Counselor’s Association.