“I have known Dr. Mark Gundry, both professionally and personally, for many years. He is a person who possesses a depth and breadth of knowledge in the areas of psychotherapy, depth and archetypal psychology, mythology, and religious studies. He cares deeply about his craft and the clients he consults with in his practice. His knowledge and understanding of the psyche is surpassed only by the largeness of his heart. I highly recommend Mark as a compassionate and insightful psychotherapist.”
— William King, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor

“Mark brings his huge heart and deep caring to all of his relationships—friends, family, colleagues, and clients. With his knowledge of psychology, he can understand and analyze patterns and connect those patterns to a deeper meaning. But most importantly, he does this in service to supporting each of his clients in their steps toward wholeness. He is the kind of therapist who will work as hard as his clients, hold their hands while they struggle, and be there every step of the way. Mark is the real thing.”
— Brenda Fowler, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor

“I have known Mark Gundry as a professional colleague for over seven years. We have collaborated, worked together, and learned together. I have been impressed with his depth and professional capacity in serving and treating clients with diverse needs and backgrounds. He is able to connect and engage effectively and in a creative manner. Mark is insightful and experienced. He is a therapist who is consistently engaged in his community, his work, and his ongoing education and growth process. I am happy to highly recommend him to clients and colleagues alike.”
— Laura L. Gonce, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

“The time prior to each session was akin to being poised in a doorway: having read Mark’s skillfully crafted writings, I stood, curiously awaiting how these concepts would unfold during that day’s session. Stepping through the doorway into the group space marked the beginning of the alchemical process of discussing the writings, viewing images, and presentation of dreams. These methods served as a portal for crossing over the threshold of ‘known’ into the unknown, the result of which was a myriad of rich connections between the inner and outer world, enhanced by the beauty of the group process and Mark’s excellent facilitation.”
— Lynne, fall 2014 seminar participant