Dr. Mark DeYoung, LMFT
Mark DeYoung is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over eighteen years experience counseling and helping families and children. His BA is in Human Resources, and Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. He completed his PhD in Child Development in the spring of 2008. His dissertation was titled, “Attachment Phenomena in Foster Families: Exploring Contributions from Foster Parents’ Early Attachment Experiences,” and focused on the role of attachment in foster families. He currently provides In-Home counseling services for families in the Fort Worth region of North Texas. His private practice includes the following counseling services: Marriage Therapy, Family Therapy, Foster family therapy, Adoption work, Parenting support and coaching.
He has served for over three years as a school board Vice-President. He currently serves on the board for the Keller Counselors Association. He has served as the Treasurer for Panther Regiment Inc. (a high school band booster organization). He volunteers with the student ministries of his church and has coached several little league teams for both of his daughters.
He has provided training in a variety of environments, including professional seminars for churches, schools, and child care facilities. He is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. His experiential therapy work has provided him a backdrop to lead families and organizations in effective goal attainment through hands-on activities.
All therapy sessions are proved in the home of the family. This therapist makes house calls.