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Curriculum Vita

Ginna Clark PsyD LPCC ATR-BC

1344 C Pacheco Street

Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

803.682.2841 (c)









  • Over 10 years of clinical experience with an emphasis in individual and couples/relationship therapy, sexuality, and trauma 

  • Over 10,000+ hours of classroom teaching at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level 

  • Director of the Human Sexuality program at Southwestern College

  • Over 10 years of presentation experience designing workshops and trainings, giving papers at local and national conferences


December 2017           Doctorate Degree in Psychoanalysis  

                                         Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 

                                         Los Angeles, CA


October 2008              Master of Arts in Counseling and Art Therapy

                                        Southwestern College, Santa Fe, NM


December 2005           Bachelor of Science in Psychology

                                         Minor: Women and Gender Studies

                                         College of Charleston, Charleston, SC


August 2015 – present        Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Instructor, Los Angeles, CA

                                                  • Doctoral-level seminar instruction including:

                                                            Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Sexuality (2015-2016; 2016-2017)

                                                            Analytic Case Conference (2016-2017)

                                                            Relational Psychoanalysis (2017-2018)

August 2014- present           Southwestern College, Human Sexuality Certificate Director, Santa Fe, NM

                                                   • Developed curriculum to meet AASECT requirements for sex educator and sex

                                                      therapy certification

                                                   • Graduate-level course instruction

                                                            Sexual Attitudes and Development

                                                            Clinical Skills I: Thinking and Theorizing about Sexual Issues in Psychotherapy

                                                            Clinical Skills II: Working with Sexual Issues in Psychotherapy

                                                            Understanding and Working with Sexual Trauma

                                                            Touch and Embodiment 

                                                            Working with Sexual Compulsivity 

Aug 2013 – present                Southwestern College, Clinical Supervisor & Adjunct Faculty, Santa Fe, NM

                                                     • Graduate-level course instruction

                                                            Advanced Counseling I

                                                            Advanced Counseling II

                                                            Multicultural Counseling 

                                                      • Facilitate experiential course on advanced counseling with individual clients,

                                                         couples, families, and groups

                                                      • Clinical Supervision for practicum students


Aug 2013 – Dec 2014                Santa Fe University of Art and Design, Adjunct Faculty, Santa Fe, NM

                                                        • Undergraduate course instruction:

                                                           Transformation and Healing through Expressive Arts

                                                           Introduction to Art Therapy

                                                           Poetics and Paradoxes of Eros

                                                        • Develop curriculum, lectures, classroom exercises, and methods of evaluation;

                                                           Mentorship and student advising   


Aug 2012 - 2016                      Northern New Mexico College, Adjunct Faculty, Espanola, NM

                                                     • Undergraduate course instruction:

                                                            Family Systems & Counseling Applications

                                                            Theories of Personality & Counseling

                                                            General Psychology

                                                            Abnormal Psychology

                                                            Basic Counseling Skills

                                                            Group Process

                                                            Developmental Psychology

                                                            Integrated Studies: Genesis of Math & Science

                                                     • Develop curriculum, lectures, classroom exercises, and methods of evaluation;

                                                        Mentorship and student advising   


Dec 2009 - present                 Private practice, Psychotherapist & Clinical Supervisor, Santa Fe, NM

                                                     • Presently conducting individual and group psychotherapy with adults, couples

                                                        adolescents, children, and families

                                                     • Relational, depth-oriented, and brain-based therapeutic interventions;

                                                        informed by attachment research, neurobiology, motivational interviewing,

                                                        dialectical behavior therapy, family systems theory

                                                      • Clinical supervision for interns and licensed mental health counselors

                                                      • Organize & teach workshops and trainings for continuing education units


Sept 2008 – Dec 2010             Southwestern Counseling Center, Staff Psychotherapist, Santa Fe, NM

                                                      • Individual, family, and group psychotherapy with adults, children, couples and  


                                                      • Intake interviewing, biopsychosocial assessments, diagnosing and treating  

                                                        personality, anxiety, mood, and substance abuse disorders

                                                      • Case conceptualization and consultation with team members and students-in- 





June 2003 – Aug 2005            People Against Rape, Victims Advocate, Charleston, SC

                                                       • Conducted crisis intervention at area hospitals with victims of sexual assault and  

                                                         their families, supervised 24-hour crisis hotline.

                                                       • Facilitated Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse psychotherapy groups. 




American Art Therapy Association, Professional Member (2006 – current)

International Association of Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Professional Member (2008 – current)

American Psychological Association Division 39, Professional Member (2009 – current)

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