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NorthWest Ohio
Psychological Services

 

Brithany Pawloski, Psy.D.

Karen Robie, Ph.D.

Kimberly Clark, MSW, LISWS

William Covert, Ph.D.

Sara Wegrzyn, MA, LPCC

Amanda Sherry, MA, LPCC-S

 

4930 N Holland Sylvania Road

Suite B

Sylvania, Ohio 43560

 

419-537-0900 (Phone, 24/7)

419-537-1300 (Fax)

 

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Kimberly Clark, MSW, LISWS, Clinical Social Worker

Sylvania Area Psychologist
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Dedicated to her craft.

Mrs. Clark knew from the very young age of 12 that she wanted to be a therapist.  Following this dream, she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program at the University of Toledo and later a Master’s of Social Work program. 

 

Mrs. Clark completed internships working at the Northwest Ohio Psychiatric Hospital on the forensic unit, and at the Kobacker Center, where she helped to run groups for severely emotionally disturbed children as well as saw adolescents on an outpatient basis. She has 8 years of experience working with eating disorder patients, five as a Direct Care Worker and three as a Clinical Therapist. 

 

Mrs. Clark’s specific interests include anxiety disorders, troubled relationships, eating disorders, parenting, and post-partum depression. 

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Phone 419-537-0900, ext 103; answered 24/7, voicemail is confidential; emergency contact info on voicemail.

Fax: 419-537-1300

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