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Formerly St. Louis Center for Family Development

Martha Clark, MSW, LMSW

Mental Health Professional

Martha Clark wearing a floral blouse and green cardigan while standing in front of a green leaf background.

Education:
• Master of Social Work, with a concentration in Violence and Injury Prevention – Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis

Areas of Expertise:
• Crisis Intervention
• Emotion Dysregulation
• Survivors of Trauma

Treatments Provided:
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
• Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
• Motivational Interviewing (MI)

Martha Clark is a Mental Health Professional in the community-based crisis stabilization program at Sparlin Mental Health. Through her work in this program, Martha teaches individuals and families the skills that can help prevent out-of-home placement.

Prior to joining Sparlin, Martha worked for three years as an advocate for adult and adolescent survivors of sexual violence. She also worked at a local domestic violence shelter during her time in graduate school. To practice mental wellness in her everyday life, Martha engages in mindfulness and self-kindness, as well as cooking nutritious meals and exercising.

Martha grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota, and has been a resident of St. Louis since relocating to the area for college. Outside of her career at Sparlin, Martha enjoys knitting, hiking, rock climbing and playing with her pet cat.

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