Mark Ingram, PsyD

Provider type: Clinical Psychologist

NPI Number: 1477846160

Spoken languages: English

Serving: 18 & Up

About Mark Ingram, PsyD

Mark Ingram is a Psychologist in California who has been practicing since 2008. Do you feel stuck? Does worry, fear, self-doubt or anxiety interfere with daily your life? Do you experience sadness, grief, or depression that you can't seem to move beyond? If these issues prevent you from reaching your goals and having the life and relationships you want, Mark can help you build the skills you need to regain control of your life. The first step towards improving your life is to ask for help. Mark provides treatment to adults of various cultural, ethnic, professional, and personal backgrounds. His approach is integrative, and he generally employs cognitive-behavioral strategies, psychodynamic strategies, or a combination. Mark utilizes empirically supported techniques and treatments to get results that work. His treatment approach is based on your needs—he does not subscribe to a one-size-fits-all-approach. This allows you to work collaboratively to develop a program specific to your needs. Mark utilizes a unique integration of CBT and Psychodynamic approaches to facilitate learning and teach you to think, behave and feel differently. Together you will explore how negative modes of thinking, behaving, and feeling maintain the illusions that keep you trapped and then learn how to change them. This is a call to action! To be different, you must do different! If you are reading this, you are considering making changes in your life. Change is not easy. It is a learning process that takes commitment and hard work. Mark provides a safe and supportive environment where we can explore change and facilitate learning. In his spare time, Mark enjoys climbing and mountaineering, music performance (drumming), dirt bike riding, and camping.


  • Anxiety
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Depression
  • Exposure and Response
  • First Responders
  • Grief & Loss
  • Later Life Transitions
  • Men's Issues
  • Midlife Transitions
  • Military Family Transitions
  • Women's Issues