After completing undergraduate studies at Adams State College and Brigham Young University, Clinical Director Lynne Clark graduated from University of Nevada Las Vegas with a master’s degree in family counseling.
Opening her practice in 1989, Clark has specialized in working with DSMIVR disorders including: suicidal, manic-depressive, bi-polar, histrionic personality, schizophrenic, clinically depressed, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress syndrome, separation anxiety, elective mutism, anxiety disorders, and physical, emotional and sexual abuse. She has received training in Gestalt, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Art and Music Therapy, Strategic, Brief, Rational Emotive Therapy, Cognitive, Ericksonian, EFT, Systems Theory, People Centered, Adlerian, Interactive Imagery, and Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR).
Prior to beginning her career as a marriage and family therapist in 1989, she worked as owner and operator of a full-service photography business which she still maintains today. Clark recently published a photographic history of St. George, Utah, about which she lectures regularly. She is also a former member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
“I have had a rather interesting mix of experiences in my life and am often able to understand what many people think and feel because I have ‘been there.’ I believe that may be part of what gives people confidence and hope as we work together. I enjoy working with difficult issues and helping those struggling in addiction find the strength and power to renew their lives and restore their relationships.”