Holly Clark, MSW, LICSW

Holly Clark is a Mental Health Professional who earned her Master of Social Work degree from Augsburg University and her bachelor’s degree from North Central University in Youth Development. Holly is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW). 

Holly is currently working in the Pine City Day Treatment program providing group therapy and group skills to children, adolescents and families. She also provides outpatient individual and family therapy at the Hilltop location and is on the Mobile Crisis Response team providing on call crisis services. Holly has attained the Permanency and Adoption Competency Certification (PACC), is trained in Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and has been trained in completing DC 0-5 assessments for children birth to five. She has experience providing on call crisis response services, day treatment, interning with an elementary School Social Worker as well as experience as an Early Childhood Educator. Holly also has experience working with children who are in foster care or have been adopted and utilizes training from the PACC program to better understand and address their unique needs/challenges. Holly also has experience working with children/adolescents that have experienced trauma and utilizes a strengths-based perspective, cognitive behavioral therapy, and TF-CBT to address their mental health challenges that result from trauma. Holly believes that when working with children and adolescents and their mental health it is important to work with the entire family through the therapy process in order to have more positive outcomes and to make progress.