Mark J Moller, MA, LPC

Intrinsicum Potentia Counseling – Tap into your intrinsic strength for healing, growth and change.

About Me - Mark J. Moller, MA, LPC

I am a licensed professional counselor providing customized personal counseling and therapy services to men and women as individuals or as part of a couple or group. I work with adolescent boys (ages 16+) and adults of all ages; serving people of all races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and faith groups. In my former career, I was a manager and a counsultant for Fortune 500 companies so I have have a unique perspective in understanding the demands and pressures of today's corporate workplace.

My treatment approach is based on an integrative therapeutic model -- utilizing strategies from multiple orientations in order to create a highly customized therapy experience for each client. While not exclusive, some of the primary orientations from which I draw include: Solution-Focused Therapy, Family Systems, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Logotherapy and Positive Psychology. I integrate a variety of learned skills and tools to ensure flexibility in helping each client achieve their therapeutic goals.

I chose to name my practice Intrinsicum Potentia Counseling because “intrinsicum potentia” is Latin for “intrinsic strength”. I passionately believe each human being has a unique, spiritual and powerful source of strength that dwells within them. This strength gives us the capacity to heal ourselves and our relationships, to learn and grow beyond where we are today, and ultimately to change the quality and path of our lives. Counseling is a process where we work together to connect with your intrinsic strength in order to enable you to achieve your goals.


Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology, University of St. Thomas Graduate School of Professional Psychology – Minneapolis, MN

Bachelor of Arts, History, University of Minnesota – Minneapolis, MN


Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Minnesota (#01195)

Professional Memberships:

American Psychological Association (APA)

APA Division 51: Society for the Psychological Study of Men & Masculinity

Minnesota Psychological Association

American Counseling Association

Minnesota Counseling Association

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