Mark A. Stebnicki, Ph.D., LCMHC, DCMHS, CRC, CMCC
Mark A. Stebnicki, Ph.D., LCMHC, DCMHS, CRC, CMCC is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor with masters and Ph.D. in rehabilitation counseling who has had an active psychotherapy practice since 1999. He has been a practitioner, counselor educator, and researcher specializing in the psychosocial rehabilitation and mental health needs of adults who have experienced major life-stressors such as acute and posttraumatic stress, chronic illnesses, disabilities, grief, and loss. His primary areas of interest and past clinical settings relate to working with the medical, psychosocial, career/vocational, and mental health aspects of individuals and families. He also has extensive experiences working with active-duty military service members, veterans, veterans with disabilities, and military families.
Dr. Stebnicki facilitates a variety of therapeutic opportunities with intention of achieving optimal mental and behavioral health functioning for everyday living. His therapy emphasizes person-centered, mindfulness stress reduction, cognitive-behavioral, and solution-focused approaches that center on the mind, body, and spirit. Additionally, the coping skills training, positive mood and thought regulation, and behavioral health changes that are facilitated integrate with cultivating resiliency strategies after extraordinary stressful and traumatic life events.
Dr. Stebnicki invites individuals to show up to session, pay attention to, and be open to the outcome of building therapeutic person-centered relationships and be guided to transformational living. Overall, clients are empowered with the therapeutic tools to achieve significant life challenges that are unique to their life goals, cultural values, beliefs, philosophy, and environment.