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Mark is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, and Psychedelic therapist (trained in KAP & MDMA) in Fort Collins CO serving individuals and relationships. Mark brings his lived experiences from 7 years in the Army as an MP overseas and at home to support his work with fellow Veterans and first Responders. Mark is committed to advocacy, research, and education about veteran issues (i.e. PTSD & Moral Injury). Mark is a published Veteran author in Charlie Mike and is also a therapist working with Huts4Vets wilderness retreats. Mark has also given presentations for the VA, Naropa University, & other organizations on veterans and psychedelics. Growing up in Las Vegas gave Mark a broad exposure to multiple ways to love and express oneself, which inspired him to become a certified sex therapist. Mark is passionate about improving intimacy and healing shame, trauma, or maladaptive beleifs from society/religion/family that hold clients back from radical authenticity and self-expression. Mark loves supporting couples in finding new ways to connect, process conflict and thrive to bring their relationship wisdom to their community. With an Anthropology Undergraduate and a passion for backpacking throughout Europe, Asia, Oceania & South America, Mark loves serving those from diverse backgrounds and joining them in navigating the intersectionality of all their identities as they walk their journey. 

Client Testimony 

I began my therapy journey feeling overwhelmed and uncertain. That was until I was recommended to Mark by a trusted friend. From our first session, it was evident that Mark possessed a unique blend of empathy, insight, and professionalism that immediately put me at ease. What set Mark apart was his exceptional ability to unearth the deeper, underlying issues that I hadn't even considered. He gently guided me through self-reflection, helping me to confront and understand aspects of myself that I had long ignored or misunderstood. Each session was a journey of discovery, as Mark provided me with the tools and perspectives needed to view my challenges in a new light. The progress I've made is tangible. I've developed healthier coping mechanisms, gained a deeper understanding of my emotions, and aided in my personal and professional relationships. Mark's approach was not about giving direct advice but empowering me to find my own solutions, which has been incredibly liberating. I am immensely grateful for Mark's guidance and support. His expertise has not only helped me navigate through my personal struggles but has also equipped me with the resilience and self-awareness to face future challenges with confidence. I wholeheartedly recommend Mark to anyone seeking a compassionate and skilled therapist who can truly make a difference. -Kevin 

  • Master's of Science in Human Development & Family studies with a focus in Marriage & Family Therapy

    •  Colorado State University 

  • Bachelor's of Arts in Biological Anthropology

    • University of Nevada Las Vegas

  • AASECT Certified Sex Therapist

  • MAPS MDMA Psychedelic Therapy Trained 

  • Psychedelic Research & Training Institute Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy Trained 

  • Gottman Couples Method Level 2 Certification

  • Naropa Psychedelic Certificate Program 

  • American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy AAMFT

  • Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist



  • Men's Issues/Masculinity

  • Anxiety / Depression

  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

  • Sexuality, Non-monogamy, Kink/BDSM

  • Communication Skills

  • Couples /Relationship Counseling

  • Transitionary Difficulties

  • Self-esteem

  • Identity Formation & Finding Meaning in Life

  • Military Families / Veterans

  • Psychedelic Integration /Harm Reduction



Phone: 970 - 825 - 3848

Address: 2625 Redwing Rd, Suite 110, Fort Collins, CO 80526


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Communication with Mark Cunningham via email, including responses from him via email if you have so allowed, does not constitute a therapeutic relationship. Such relationship is not commenced until you have made a formal appointment for therapy and completed a signed treatment contract or signed a disclosure statement. Also, please note that email is not considered a confidential form of communication and personal details should not be relayed in electronic messages.

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