Mrs. Bernice R. Mark
My employment at Boston University began in the spring of 1995, within (GMS) the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences. Over the years, I managed to develop a challenging and rewarding career as an administrator by working with the medical school faculty members and departmental chairs in assisting graduate and doctoral level students during their duration of their graduate and doctoral years within the GMS office.
In the fall of 2003, I was offered a position into the Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine Program, as an administrative assistant. I was the acting liaison between the (GMS) office and the (MHCBM) program. As the only administrator for the program, it was extremely challenging yet rewarding to be a part of a program that supports to develop and educate graduate level students to become license eligible Mental Health Counselors (LMHC’s).
As a child, one of my childhood dreams were to someday, become a child psychologist however, that dream had to be placed on hold when I married my husband in 1993 and my family began to grow. Although I was never able to complete my childhood dream of becoming a psychologist, I never gave up my passion to work in an environment that had a related connection to the psychology field
Today, as the Program Coordinator in the MHCBM program I will continue to work directly with the program director a core-faculty in promoting and structuring a successful program that I am excited to be connected with.