Dr. Mosk Consulting
Clinical and Forensic Psychology
Helping clients navigate transitional periods in their lives
Dr. Mosk Consulting provides customized professional services to help and guide individuals undergoing transitional periods in their lives, organizations experiencing significant changes, and parties involved in lawsuits.
We bring vast experience and a wealth of expertise and skills to treat a broad range of behavioral health disorders, including persons suffering with associated medical conditions and substance use.
Our deep background and experience in multiple areas of forensic practice, together with a well-rounded publication and presentation resume has made us highly desired evaluators, instructors and expert witnesses.
We specialize in cognitive-behavioral therapies for emotional difficulties such as PTSD, depression and anxiety. We also are experts in ABA therapy and the treatment of autism-spectrum disorders.
We work extensively with HR professionals to analyze organizational and workplace dynamics such as management and communication styles, motivational systems, and culture norms to identify stressors and assess competencies.
Dr. Mark Mosk, PhD
I have been providing clinical, forensic, and organizational consulting services for over 30 years.
As a licensed psychologist, I have spent my career promoting the advancement of high quality, accessible, and affordable behavioral healthcare services to better the lives of all Americans. Using my extensive business management experience, I also facilitate strategic, innovative and tailored data-driven solutions to complex organizational challenges, in the healthcare sector and beyond. I look forward to helping you or your organization achieve your goals, improve your well-being and thrive well into the future.
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