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Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist & Clinical Social Worker (Michigan & Wisconsin)...

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Psychotherapy

Counseling and collaborative problem solving with Cognitive-Behavioral, Rational-Emotive & Family Systems theoretical frameworks for lasting changes.

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MOST insurances DO cover my services (call 800# on back of your card to see if I'm IN your network)

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Hello, my name is MARK YOUNG. I'm a licensed psychotherapist and clinical social worker in Iron Mountain, MI. I have a friendly certified Therapy Dog, "Maury", and 30+ years of clinical experience to help you.
Mark Young and Maury, Therapy Dog
Please EXPLORE the website & email me if you have questions (mark@resolvingconcerns.com) 

Here's Maury again. He's a playful, affectionate yellow lab, looking forward to meeting you!
Maury the Therapy Dog

Chillin'

Mark Young, LMSW, LCSW

 

  • Fully Licensed, Professional Psychotherapy (mental health Counseling)
  • Help for Adults, Children, Teens, Families, Couples, Groups & Employees
  • Private & Highly Confidential
  • Experiencd Cognitive-Behavioral & Rational-Emotive Therapist  - highly effective for improving mood, emotions & behavior problems
  • 30+ Years Experience (and still love my job!)
  • Depression, Anxiety, Phobias, Fears, Relationships, Conflicts, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Loneliness, social isolation, conflicts or other difficulties
IN-Network Provider for BCBS & many others (see "insurance" for more info., but check your own plan's 800# to find out copay, deductible, etc.). 

WHAT I CAN'T HELP WITH:
  • ONLY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE MEDICATIONS -  I can help you understand some medications and to decide whether to ask your doctor for a medication trial. I do NOT make recommendations for stimulants (Attention-Deficit meds) or pain killers. 
  • TRICARE - sorryalmost all area providers have given up working with TriCare due to extremely disorganized, unreliable services to mental health providers.
  • COURT TESTIFYING - I offer psychotherapy, no legal assessments, custody evaluations, or testifying.‚Äč
  • WORKER'S COMP - I'm not set up to work with worker's comp, and I can't provide disability assessments. I typically recommend patients seek letters from their physician or a specialist for release / excuse from work.


If you are feeling SUICIDAL, please consider the following options:
  • The Emergency Department at your nearest hospital. They can have a professional crisis worker paged to meet with you.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800.273.TALK 
  • Tell your doctor, adult family members, or another adult you trust and avoid being alone.
  • Dickinson-Iron-Menominee residents, call Northpointe (24/7) 800.750.0522
  • Marinette and Florence County residents call ADAPT 715.732.7760
  • Delta, Marquette & Alger County residents, call PATHWAYS 906.225.1181
Over the past 30 years, every person I've met who made an unsuccessful suicide attempt later regretted making the attempt, and either found ways to deal with their overwhelming problem and/or found increased purpose and desire to live. Many suicidal people feel their problem / situation is un-fixable, horrible, or that the world is better off without them. They are in a deep hole, and like anyone trapped in a deep mine shaft, they can't see ANY way out, and have lost hope that there IS any way out. You CAN GET OUT OF THAT HOLE, and the WORLD looks so different from outside, with so many possibilities. 

If you've already tried psychotherapy (licensed, professional I hope), already tried  anti-depressant medication, already tried numerous self-improvement efforts... mileage varies greatly, and many times the 2nd or 3rd effort helps dramatically more: try another psychotherapist, doctor, medication, take a class, join a club, try new hobbies, seek a new job, make more social efforts... any or all of the above. If you don't find therapy helpful, TELL your therapist so they can modify their approach. 
Same goes for my past patients - I'll try my best to help you, but am not the least bit offended if you find another therapist more helpful.  

 Mark