Marko Mihailovic is an experienced psychotherapist, clinical researcher in psychiatry and behavioral sciences and well-being coach. He has more than 10 years of international experience in the field and has helped hundreds of clients overcome a wide spectrum of unhealthy emotions and dysfunctional behaviors.
Marko’s goal is to help you reach your full potential by overcoming symptoms that are inhibiting you. His mission is to teach you useful skills that will help you to deal not only with your current problems, but also with problems you might encounter in the future. He utilizes up-to-date approaches tied to cognitive-behavioral, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness principles. These approaches are largely evidence-based and scientifically proven. He tailors these approaches and their techniques to your unique needs. It is his belief that only the counseling /therapy process in which all parties are actively involved leads to a transformational long-lasting lifestyle change. His areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, grief, mood disorders, trauma, and addiction. Marko is providing different modalities of counseling/therapy, such as individual, couples, and group counseling.
Marko holds a Master’s degree in Counseling and Organizational Psychology. He also earned Primary and Advanced training certificates in Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT). He is a foreign trained nurse and clinical psychologist. Currently, he is leading a research team at Northwestern University (Chicago, IL) in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, while he is also working as a psychotherapist and well-being coach.
A variety of customized corporate well-being programs are available.
Please email Marko at firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
Marko is highly committed to a constant improvement of his professional knowledge, skills and accreditation in the field of mental health and well-being. He is dedicated to helping his clients overcome all obstacles in their mental, emotional, and behavioral domains that prevent them from reaching their full potential.
Milates Center for Well-being was a part of the Field day at Ogden elementary school. We had a lot of fun teaching school kids play with juggling balls as a part of the body awakening exercises. This type of activity is proved to encourage psychomotor development, brain plasticity, memory, and creativity. The activity was very well perceived and we enjoyed working with kids and watching them trying to combine juggling and clapping, turning around and catching a ball. Parents were happy too and were joining their children.READ MORE