Mark J. Chambers, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical and Forensic Psychologist

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About Mark J. Chambers, Ph.D.

Dr. Chambers earned his B.A. in Psychology from Stanford University, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with Distinction. He also earned a Masters Degree in Education from Stanford. He received his doctoral training at Northwestern University on a Presidential Fellowship, the University’s top honor for graduate students. Following an internship at the Dallas Child Guidance Clinic, he completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 1988.

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After completing his doctorate, Dr. Chambers took a position as Program Director with the Stanford University Medical Center Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. During his four years at Stanford, Dr. Chambers provided clinical services, taught graduate-level classes, and conducted scientific research. His research has garnered attention from professionals around the world, including Dr. Kenneth Lichstein at the University of Memphis, who referred to one of Dr. Chambers’ publications as “a modern classic.”

In 1993, Dr. Chambers moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to serve as the Clinical Director for a private diagnostic and treatment facility. He also served on the psychology faculty at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he taught a popular Introduction to Psychology course. In Las Vegas, Dr. Chambers continued the forensic consulting work he had begun in California, becoming one of only a handful of such experts to be regularly called upon to provide services to the Clark County Specialty Courts, Henderson Municipal Court, North Las Vegas Municipal Court, and Clark County Family Court, as well as numerous private attorneys and firms. Dr. Chambers currently runs a private clinical practice in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has provided help to thousands of patients of all ages. He is a frequent lecturer to local groups on mental health issues and is regularly quoted in national publications, including Psychology Today, Parenting Magazine, and The Washington Post.