My name is Mark Brooks and I am delighted to come on board at Brunswick Creek Psychology services as Academic Strategist. I’m really excited to start working at Brunswick Creek because I love teaching and watching the delight in a student’s eyes when the ‘aha’ moment comes.
When I’m not working, I spend my time expressing my creative side. I love to garden – dahlias, hyacinths, and hollyhocks are my specialty. I’m also musical. I direct a choir, Noteworthy Chorus (Two Flats But Not Too Flat), for which I arrange and write a good deal of the repertoire. I’m also a language geek. I found out my gift/love for languages when I enrolled in French immersion in the second semester of grade ten, and graduated with my certificate of bilingualism in French. I love to travel and can speak phrases from all the countries I’ve visited. I’m also conversationally fluent in Spanish, and Korean. An extension of my love for languages and my creative side, both, is creative writing. I’m currently in the middle of bringing a strong colourful character, Talulah Fairweather, to life.
There are likely only two things that exceed my love for languages. The first is animals, and in particular, dogs, or the doogs as they are affectionally called at our home. My friends call me the dog whisperer. You’ll also find other furry four-footers and several aquariums chez nous.
Oh, I said there were two things, didn’t I? The Coca Cola Company will never go out of business so long as I am around. Spend any time with me and inevitably you’ll see me with a can of Coke in my hand.
Mark Brooks, B. Sc.
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