Mark Sieg, MSW, LCSW, CAP, Clinical Director

Mark Sieg, MSW, LCSW, CAP

Clinical Director


After receiving his Master degree in Social Work from Grand Valley State University in 1998, Mark moved from Michigan to Florida to begin his professional career in substance abuse/addictions. Mark received his CAP in 2003 from the Florida Certification Board. With 20+ years of professional/clinical experience in addictions, Mark has worked in virtually all capacities and in all modalities of treatment: as a counselor, clinical supervisor and program director. Mark spent 15 years with Corrections based programs with the State of Florida and has extensive experience with the criminal justice and judicial system. When Mark is not working, you can find him on the beach playing his guitar, or reading Walt Whitman and Viktor Frankl. He thoroughly enjoys spending time with his beautiful family or preparing to get the call to join the Tampa Bay Rays as a relief pitcher.

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- Tom K.
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Life is so much better after recovery. I'm in better spirits. I can conquer almost anything on my own. And I couldn't be happier.
- Former Patient
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Recovery is about the beginning of a new life and not about dwelling on what you might have done in the past. The counseling, along with the spiritual basis for the counseling is second to none!
- Bryan F.
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The people cared about me and the people took me under their wing. They not only saved my life, but they saved my brothers and in a way my sons.
- Former Family Member of Patient
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We found at Tranquil Shores people who were totally dedicated to treating and healing the whole person, physically, emotionally and spiritually. They replaced despair and brokenness with confidence and joy, shame with acceptance and grace.
- Ashley
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I had this act going like I was this great student and daughter and I was absolutely dying inside. Luckily I was blessed with amazing parents that talked to Chad Johnson and they figured out a way to get me to Tranquil Shores.