Dr. Mark Holman is a Clinical and Health Psychologist. He has been licensed since 2007 and has worked in rural areas of Georgia, New Mexico, and Alaska. He holds a Doctorate of Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology. He has worked in hospital and outpatient settings providing assessment and treatment for a culturally and clinically diverse variety of clinical presentations. Prior to joining APIA he worked with veterans and helped to integrate the primary care and mental services of the Alaska VA Healthcare System. He provides both direct patient care as well as supervision and consultation. He has provided multiple trainings and consultation in evidenced practices for treating chronic insomnia as well as in Motivational Interviewing. Dr. Holman utilizes research based practices and works with individuals across the lifespan as well couples and families. He primarily uses brief dynamic, existential, and cognitive therapy modalities to help patients enact meaningful change and recover from suffering. Dr. Holman resides in Anchorage with his wife and two young sons.