Mary Belknap, LPC

Clinician, Mental Health

About Mary Belknap

Mary has a professional career history in roles of college mental health counseling, campus and community victim/survivor advocacy, and community health. 

Degree & License

She received her BS in Human Development and Family Studies and her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Wisconsin – Stout. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the States of Arizona and Wisconsin. 

Role at CAPS

Mary is a generalist Mental Health Clinician at CAPS who serves in the following campus roles: Oasis Counselor, Eating Assessment & Treatment Team Member, Strategic Planning Committee for Groups Co-Coordinator, and QPR Suicide Prevention Educator.  

Clinical Interests & Specialties

Mary's clinical interests include the treatment of family conflict, anxiety and depressive disorders, addictive/compulsive behaviors, eating disorders, interpersonal communication problems, and stalking, domestic violence, sexual violence victim/survivor response and recovery.  

Treatment Approach

Mary uses an integrated clinical approach that draws primarily from cognitive-behavioral therapy, family systems, narrative approaches, and humanistic counseling theories.