Erin Mark, Ph.D.,
Dr. Mark is a licensed Psychologist and the Director of Complete Neuropsychology Services. Her education and training conform to accepted professional guidelines (i.e. Houston Guidelines) recommended for specialty training in Neuropsychology.
Dr. Mark completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Cognitive Science at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, followed by her Master’s degree (M.S.) and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Dr. Mark completed her internship at the Ann Arbor VA Hospital and a two-year postdoctoral residency at the University of Michigan Health System, Neuropsychology Section (Department of Psychiatry). Dr. Mark holds membership in multiple professional organizations. She has co-authored research on child and adult neuropsychology topics published in peer-reviewed journals and has presented her research at regional, national, and international conferences (see a list of publications below).
Previously, she worked as an adjunct faculty at Eastern Michigan University, teaching and supervising graduate students in the Psychology Department and training clinic. At Ohio University, she taught college courses in both Child Development and Aging and gives presentations to members of the community on issues related to child development, learning and behavior, as well as dementia and aging. She currently provides clinical training and supervision to graduate students in psychology who are completing practicum training at our clinic, as well as to limited license psychologists completing post-doctoral supervision requirements.
When working with clients, Dr. Mark takes a systems and strength-based approach to understanding and designing treatment plans. She specializes in behavioral and cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques that research has shown to be effective for anxiety, depression, and behavioral problems. She currently lives in South Lyon with her husband and 3 children.