Mark Sloan


Marriage & Family Therapy Intern

Mark Sloan


“Most clients/couples have the capacity and wherewithal to achieve a healthy and enjoyable life/marriage. Life’s path can be challenging and occasionally traumatic. However, gaining a fresh perspective and new thinking methods often offers hope. As a therapist, I aim to come alongside the client’s unique circumstances to help them find solutions to solvable problems, learn to cope better with unsolvable issues and discover a joy-filled and meaningful life.”


  • Retired U.S. Air Force
  • A.R.T. For PTSD / Trauma
  • Couples / Marriage Counseling
  • Parenting Issues
  • Men’s Issues
  • Spiritual Issues / Faith Transitions

Education & Experience

Bachelor of Arts in Theology, MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE (1996).

Master of Science in Aeronautical Science & Safety, EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY (1999).

Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy, LIBERTY UNIVERSITY (2024).

Mark is passionate about helping couples achieve healthy and happy marriages. He is Level I trained in The Gottman Method, is a Save Your Marriage Before It Starts (SYMBIS) facilitator, and works within the Cognitive Behavioral Theory (CBT) and Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) methods of treatment.

Mark spent 30 years in the aviation industry, 22 of those years in the U.S. Air Force (USAF). He understands the challenges associated with military life. He and his wife worked with various organizations throughout his USAF career to build and support healthy marriages. Mark recently returned to the classroom to complete a Marriage and Family Therapy Graduate program.

When Mark is not at work, he and his wife enjoy hiking, camping, fishing, and the great outdoors in Utah. Mark and Deborah just celebrated 30 years of marriage and have three adult children.

In life, the Lone Ranger mentality doesn’t work; we all need help from time to time. I look forward to meeting new clients and helping them meet their goals.

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