Tayler ClarkLICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER

    About Me:

    I have been involved in the mental health field since 2013, starting with in-home Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy and a specialized focus in clinical and hospital social work. I have experience working with children, young adults, people on the Autism spectrum, trauma, social skills, veterans and people identifying as LGBTQI+. I chose my field because it is my passion to help people find the strength within themselves, to evoke healthy change in their lives, and to make a positive impact in their own community. 

    Why did you choose to work for Kenosha Community Health Center, Inc.?

    I chose to work at KCHC because I believe in the importance of integrating medical and psychological health care. Often times physical health and mental health issues are intertwined. Being able to work with the medical team, I feel, creates a unique and immediate impact on the clients overall well being. 

    Education Background:  

    I received my Bachelors of Science in Social Work at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in 2016.  I then completed my Masters in Social Work at George Williams College of Aurora University in 2017. 

    Board Certifications/Awards/Nominations:

    License in Clinical Social Work (LCSW) 

    Clinical Interests:

    Medical Social Work, Psychotherapy and group facilitating. 

    Practice Location:

    22nd Ave. 

    Accepting New Patients:

    Yes 

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