Beth Clark, Ph.D.
Dr. Clark has been a clinical psychologist for 12 years, and she has been in the field of mental health for nearly two decades. She works with adults who are dealing with major life transitions, anxiety, depression, sleep disturbances, new medical diagnoses, significant health issues, grief and loss, and trauma history. She is deeply committed to the psychological health of people grappling with progressive illnesses, and she has a strong interest in working with seniors.
Before joining Bayside Psychology in 2022, Dr. Clark worked for many years at the VA Hospital in West Haven, Connecticut treating Veterans as part of multi-disciplinary medical teams, providing assessment, psychotherapy, and rehabilitation planning. Prior to that, she spent 7 years working as a staff psychologist in the counseling center at the University of New Haven.
Dr. Clark has extensive training and experience with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and she uses a collaborative, insight-oriented approach to help her patients successfully navigate difficult times, medical crises, major life changes and personal loss. She also works with people who have difficulty sleeping and she is available to help those who are feeling “stuck” in their lives.
Dr. Clark is a graduate of Bates College. She earned a Masters in Business Administration at University of New Haven and then earned a Master’s and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University in New York. She completed her Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Veteran’s Hospital in West Haven, Connecticut.
Dr. Clark moved from Connecticut to Maine with her family in 2022.