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Clinical psychologist

Mark Laurence Berman, American clinical psychologist. Recipient Professional Achievement awardCounty Bar Association, Professional Achievement award Arizona State Bar Association, Professional Achievement awards Arizona State Psychological Association; graduate scholar Arizona State University, 1963-1968; Systems Development Corporation fellow, 1965; grantee Pennsylvania State University, United States Office Education, 1970-1972.


Berman, Mark Laurence was born on September 13, 1940 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Joseph Erwin and Bernice (Levin) Berman.


Graduate scholar Ariz.


Assistant professor Pennsylvania State University, 1968-1970. Research coordinator U. Washington, 1970-1972. Private practice psychology, Phoenix, 1973.

Consultant in field.


  • Other Work

    • Author (with others): Essentials of Clothing Construction, 1971. Editor, co-author: Motivation and Learning, 1971. Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.


Member Arizona State Task on Elder Abuse. Member of advisory board HispanicLeadership Institute. Member Executive Committee Community Rels.

Council, Phoenix chapter American Jewish Committee. Member volunteer task force Phoenix Union High School District. Member Executive Board Arizona Citizens for Education.

Member Phoenix advisory county Conocimiento Project. Member Maricopa Psychological Society (president 1982), Arizona State Psychological Association (political action committee 1983, Professional Achievement award, insurance committee), American Psychological Association, American Association Familyand Conciliation Court Justices, Arizona Association Family and Conciliation Court Justices.


  • Other Interests

    Fishing, camping, traveling, reading, music.


Married Teresa Rose Davich, July 3, 1966. Children: Alisa Ruth, Joseph Daniel.

Joseph Erwin Berman

Bernice (Levin) Berman

Teresa Rose Davich

Alisa Ruth Berman

Joseph Daniel Berman