Mark Oskin, LMSW is a graduate of Boston College with a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work. He currently works as a therapist with All Things Possible Wellness Center. Mark’s strengths lie with client assessment, counseling and treatment planning, with a strong emphasis on geriatrics and family dynamics. He has a strong desire to help people understand their strengths as well as their weaknesses so that they can live their best lives.
As a Geriatric Social Worker Mark has worked with the Archdiocese of Boston, assisting retired clergy with their mental health needs. As a former intern and student of Boston College he has learned effective strategies in helping patients cope in an array of mental health and geriatric facilities. These include, assisted living, long term care, and hospice settings.
As a Clinical Social Worker, Mark has mentored both youth and adults with various intellectual disabilities in residential and employment settings. He has also worked with mentally disabled people and their families, creating a supportive and nurturing environment. Mark’s interests are building community, spending time with family and his dog, Ferguson.