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Dr. Mark Mosk

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Chicago Address
101 Schelter Road
Suite A202
Lincolnshire, IL 60069


(847) 686-1350

About Dr. Mosk

Dr. Mosk began his career in psychology in 1976 as a research assistant intern at UCLA, where he later earned his bachelor’s degree in 1978. He completed his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of Western Ontario, London, Canada in 1982. This Ph.D. work was recognized for expertise in applied behavior analysis and attention training in the treatment of autism.

Widely Published
Dr. Mosk is a widely published author, whose works appear in the Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology, the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, Hospital and Community Psychiatry, the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, and the Behavior Therapist, among others.

In-Demand Speaker
In high demand for speaking engagements and professional presentations, Dr. Mosk has spoken extensively on psychological testing in child custody evaluations, parental alienation, behavioral profiling, violence prevention, mental health issues affecting adults and children, challenges faced by autistic children, and much more.

Active in the Psychology Community
Dr. Mosk has advanced training in numerous fields, including autism, trauma, assessment, child custody, forensic methods, neuropsychology, violence prevention. He has extensive education in leadership development, clinical ethics and risk management, and business planning. As well, he has trained and received certification as a mediator and in the field of collaborative practice in divorce.

He has provided his expertise to several academic institutions, including UCLA, as both a researcher and educator. Dr. Mosk has lectured extensively to professional groups, and has published numerous articles in professional journals and books. He also has served as an assistant editor for several professional publications.

Dr. Mosk is a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. He also participated as a member of the Association of Behavioral Analysis, the California Psychological Association and the Illinois Psychological Association.

Awards and Accolades
A widely respected doctor, Mosk has been lauded with a variety of awards over his career, including 1993 Man of the Year and 1996 International Man of the Year by the American Biographical Institute, named a 1987 Personalities of America and claimed numerous Who’s Who awards.

Today, he is one of the nation’s leading experts in forensic psychology.