Evan Marks, LCSW-C
Professional Experience & Background
After graduating from the University of Maryland in 2003, Evan worked at the Glenwood Life Counseling Center, where he underwent training in the treatment of addictive disorders. As one of the resident clinical social workers, he worked with individuals who had co-occurring mental health disorders, with a special interest in the treatment of individuals who suffered from major depression. His background also includes work with JAJ Healthcare Outpatient Mental Health Program and Glass Substance Abuse Services as well as internships at at Washington Hospital Center Psychiatric Unit and Amtrak Employee Assistance Program.
Evan specializes in providing individual counseling for individuals who suffer from depression and/or who have concerns surrounding issues related to the use of drugs or alcohol. At Adaptation you can learn how to identify behaviors and patterns of thought that underlie feelings of depression and addictive behavior, as well as explore whether or not you wish make changes in these aspects of your life. In addition, you can explore issues of motivation, receive practical guidence regarding the steps necessary to make difficult lifestyle changes, and learn assertiveness and conflict resolution skills so that you can communicate more effectively with other people.
University of Maryland at Baltimore: School of Social Work
Masters of Social Work, Clinical Track, EAP Specialization
Licensed Certified Social Worker- Clinical (LCSW-C)
Certified Professional Counselor- Alcohol and Drug (CPC-AD)
Greater Washington Society of Clinical Social Workers (GWSCSW)
Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT)
Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS)