Mark Minear


Licensed Psychologist

About Me

  • GENDER: Male (He/him/his)
  • LANGUAGE: English

I am a licensed psychologist and a recorded minister with the Religious Society of Friends (Quaker). After 20 years of ministry, I shifted my vocational path at midlife by completing a PhD in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University in 1997. Working over the years with adults across the life spectrum, I joined the Center in 2012 and am now working at a part-time level, gently tapering down into retirement – not seeking new clients but endeavoring to accommodate returning clients. I have been drawn to the theoretical approaches of logotherapy and mindfulness to address the various psychological issues of depression, anxiety including trauma, loss and grief, transitions and adjustments, and spiritual concerns; and, with an emphasis on spiritual integration, I also have a background in working with a variety of churches, denominations and faith traditions along with a focus of individual religious leaders in need of support.

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