About Mark Fenwick
Mark has spent the past 23 years specialising in treating clients with addictive and co-occurring disorders, relationship counselling as well as being one of the few board registered interventionists in the UK.
He trained at Hazelden in Minnesota, USA and after graduating in 1992 Mark ran the Promis Halfway House in London before joining Groveland’s Priory Hospital in North London where he ran their treatment programme. Mark holds an international licence, is a member BACP (The British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy), FDAP (The Federation of Drug & Alcohol Professionals) and UKPCBADC (The United Kingdom Professional Certification Board of Alcohol and Drug Counsellors). He is also registered with the UKRC (United Kingdom Register of Counsellors). Mark annually participates in managed training programmes and over the past 23 years has achieved a substantial level of training and experience.
Since 1996 he has been operating a successful private practice from his office on the King’s Road. The majority of his clients are referred by previous clients as well private doctors and psychiatrists with whom he has close links. Mark has excellent relationships with treatment centres here and abroad.
His fees can be claimed back via various medical insurance companies if under the auspices of a psychiatrist.
Mark lives in London and the west country with his wife of 24 years and 21 year old twin sons.
Mark is registered with the following organisations:
UKRC – United Kingdom Register of Counsellors
BRI-1 – Board Registered Interventionist http://www.iaodapca.org/
BACP – British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
ICRC – International Certification Reciprocity Consortium – ICADC
FDAP – Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals
UKPCBADC – The United Kingdom Professional Certification Board of Alcohol and Drug Counsellors
Voted one of Britain’s’ 250 Best Private Doctors, Tatler Guide 2007