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Craig Clarke

Resident in Counseling

Craig utilizes a person-centered approach to collaborate with clients as they seek healing and growth. He believes in using a empathy with non-judgment to establish personalized goals with people to navigate a successful healing journey. His areas of specialty areas include (but not limited to) anxiety, depression, personality disorders, mood disorders, and trauma. Craig’s therapeutic approach includes mindfulness techniques, person-centered techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy. These approaches also include spiritually integrating religious beliefs into therapy when it is important to the individual’s healing and growth. 


He brings a unique combination of experience, empathy, and insight with compassion. Craig earned his Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regent University. Also, before being called vocationally to the mental health field, Craig experienced a previous career working at Quantico as an analyst in the Intelligence Community. He has a Master’s of Military Studies from Marine Corps Command and Staff College, a Master of Arts in History from George Mason University, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Georgia State University.