About Linda


Linda G. Clark, LCSW, MSW, MS

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Mental Health Professional with over twenty-five years of experience in the social and mental health fields, Linda G. Clark is here to help you. She has spent the past quarter-century helping the individuals, families, groups and communities of Beaumont, TX work through what was holding them back, staking their claims on brighter futures and better tomorrows.

By using the techniques of social work and psychotherapy, Linda can help you, too. As an LCSW Linda is an independent mental health professional. She is fully qualified to diagnose and treat a wide variety of mental health disorders. Whether you’ve received a diagnosis in the past and need help to treat it or you aren’t sure what is wrong, Linda has the professional training and expertise necessary to help you learn to manage and control your disorder or illness. Linda also has the ability and experience to work with your current psychiatrist to follow up on treatment of medications, and can also work with your primary care doctor.

It’s time to make tomorrow better than today. Call us to schedule your first appointment.

Awards and Accolades

Linda has received various prestigious awards for her dedicated volunteer service. These awards include the Unsung Hero Award from Congressman Nick Lampson and the Presidents Call to Service Award from President George W. Bush.

Memberships

  • National Association of Social Workers 2004 - Present

Training & Continued Education

  • Understanding Personality Disorders – Institute for Brain Potential
  • HIV/AIDS – Odyssey Hospice
  • The Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE-2) Administration, Interpretation, and Implications for practice setting
  • Beck Depression Scale
  • PTSD & Military Families: Diagnosis, Treatment & Effects
  • Psychotherapy & Religion
  • Ethics & Boundaries – Elite Continuing Education
  • Using the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory SASSI-3 in Social Work Practice: Assessment, Treatment Planning, and Counseling
  • All Things are Not Equal: Disproportionality & Disparity in Texas
  • Trauma Matters: Developing a Trauma Informed Practice
  • Teaching Multi-Cultural Knowledge & Attitudes within Social Work Programs with Inclusion of Individuals with Learning Disabilities
  • DSM-V: Implications for Social Work Practice, Research & Policy

 

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