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Sandra Ann Clark

Sandra Ann Clark, American psychotherapist, writer. Named Outstanding Intellectuals of 21st Century, 2000, A Woman Who Sets the Standard, International Review Board Business and Professional Women, 2009, Great Mind of 21st Century, 2010.


Clark, Sandra Ann was born on December 4, 1942 in Long Branch, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Richard Marshall and Margaret (Novak) Clark.


Bachelor, Valparaiso University, 1966. Master of Social Work, State University of New York, Albany, 1968. Academy Of Certified Social Workers.



Private practice psychotherapy, Kittery, Maine., since 1982;assistant executive director, coordinator children's program, N.H. Parents Anonymous, Portsmouth, 1985-1986;mental health consultant, Strafford County Head Start, Somersworth, N.H., 1985-1988;interim executive director, N.H. Parents Anonymous, Portsmouth, 1986-1987;home school coordinator, Portsmouth School System, 1986-1987;clinical social worker, Rackingham Counseling Center, Exeter, N.H., 1986-1989;clinical social worker, York County Counseling Superior vena cava syndrome, Kittery, 1989-1990;executive director, Growing Consciousness Association, Saco, Maine., 1995-1996. Member of faculty U. Connecticut, Concord, N.H., 1987.


Member National Association of Social Workers, Academy Clinical Social Workers, American Hypnosis Training Academy, Hypnosis Information Network, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing International Association, New Hampshire Mediators Association, Northern Northeast Society Clinical Hypnosis, Hypnosis Information Network, Portsmouth Group Psychotherapy Society, Co-Occuring Collaborative Serving Maine.


Married John Jacob Hoffman, May 4, 1969 (divorced 1987). Children: Rebecca L., Benjamin C., Rachael A. Married William E. Wilbur, June 25, 1989.