Mark Magerman, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., B.C.D.

Mark MagermanMark is an executive coach, a licensed clinical social worker, a psychotherapist, an organization development consultant and educator. He has more than 35 years of experience working with individuals, groups, teams, and organizations.  

Mark is a partner of gestaltworks, llc, an organizational consulting group, and maintains a private therapy practice in New Hope and Newtown, Pennsylvania. He has worked with small and family-owned businesses as well as Fortune 500 companies and spent 10 years as an executive and clinical director for a managed behavioral healthcare organization. For much of his life, Mark has explored a wide range of humanistic practices. He current interests include leadership and performance; group process; creativity; intimate relational systems; use-of-self; and the use of contemplative practice.

Mark earned a B.A. in Human Services and an M.ED. in Education and Psychology from Antioch College. He received an M.S.S. in Clinical Social Work from Bryn Mawr College and a Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Behavior from International University. Mark has post extensive post graduate training the the Gesalt approach and the Neuroleadership Institute. Mark is a faculty member of the Gestalt International Study Center, Gestalt Therapy Institute of Philadelphia, and St. Joseph’s University. He is co editor of The Lone Ranger is Dying : Gestalt Coaching as Support and Challenge a special issue of the International Gestalt Journal and his most recent publication is “Awareness, Immediacy, and Intimacy : The Experience of Gestalt Coaching as Heard in the Voices of Gestalt Coaches and Their Clients.”