About Me: Male, 53, El Mirage, AZ, member since Aug 2013
Mark Lakewood, CEO of Building Strong Families National Seminars, a distinguished bullying prevention expert, author, and national speaker with decades of clinical experience as a mental health therapist, graduated with a Masters degree in Social Work. Prior to establis
[More]hing his own private practice, he was employed at medical/psychiatric hospitals and clinics, and a family preservation agency. Mr. Lakewood has an extensive history providing mental health therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults. Mr. Lakewood worked extensively in the k-12 school setting both as a school social worker and as a school-based mental health clinician. He provided consultation and professional development staff training to numerous school administrators and educators as well as clinical services to students and their families on issues of bullying and behavior management.
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