Carman S. Clark, Ed.D., LPC
Carman S. Clark, Ed.D., LPC, a military psychologist and national speaker has helped and educated hundreds in her 29-year career in psychology, medicine and public health. Dr. Clark is a 14 year member of the American Psychological Association and the American Medical Association, and has contributed to the prevention of suicide among adolescents, adults, and members of the military since 1999.
Carman worked in the mental health unit during wartime circumstances and gained first-hand knowledge of what fueled suicidal ideations in the minds of fellow soldiers. As a psychotherapist in private practice, she has successfully treated patients who engage in self-mutilation. Dr. Clark currently serves as chief of the Organizational Consulting Office at Warner Robins Air Force Base, where she performs organizational climate assessments and has developed a base-wide protocol for reporting suicide threats and completions. She also conducts workshops, briefings and interventions in suicide prevention and education, prevention of workplace violence, anger/stress management, team development and cohesion, effective communication, conflict resolution, and employee behavioral health issues relative to the Employee Assistance Program. She also provides consultation and executive coaching to high-ranking military and civilian leaders within the Department of Defense on issues of suicide in the military.