mark strubler, ma intern

“You have worth; you have a unique, evolving story. It is common for that story to
become twisted over the years through difficult experiences that do not represent whom we truly are and hope to be.
As an EMDR-trained therapist, I believe that we can collaborate to reprocess those moments in
life that were confusing, painful, angering, traumatic, and life-changing in a safe, encouraging
environment that values you and your evolving story.

I use an integrated approach to therapy that fits you, the individual. This approach includes
Narrative, Psychodynamic, Solution-Focused, and Existential theories. What I value most
is developing the therapeutic relationship, which I believe is the strongest catalyst for
change. My areas of clinical focus and interest are: Addictions, Anxiety, Health and
Wellness, Men’s Issues/Masculinity, Spirituality, and Trauma/PTSD. I also enjoy and
have experience working with people from a number of cultural and religious/spiritual
backgrounds.”

Mark is a Masters level intern finishing his studies at Oakland University in Mental
Health Counseling. In June of 2017, Mark completed Levels 1 and 2 of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Basic Training.
He also holds a Bachelors of Music from Berklee College of Music
and a Masters Certificate in Supply Chain Management from Michigan State University.
Mark is currently under the supervision of Kristi Lebeau, MA, LPC, and is a member of the American Counseling Association
and a past member of Chi Sigma Iota (Counseling
Honor Society).