Mason Black, an intern/practicum student at the Center, received his undergraduate degree from the University of Roehampton, his masters from the University of Denver, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in counseling psychology and applied human development at Boston University. He has worked as a mental skills consultant for the past 3 years, working with a variety of populations in individual and group settings across a multitude of domains to enhance and enrich their performance experience. His therapeutic style is rooted in mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches and focuses on supporting students to explore and identify who and what is most important to them, and subsequently using these insights to foster a rich, full, and meaningful life. Mason’s clinical interests include working with anxiety, substance abuse, career development concerns, and student-athletes. In his free time, Mason enjoys playing soccer, going to the movies, and all the good food Boston has to offer.