Dr. Ginger Clark, Professor of Clinical Education, now teaches one class in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program (EDUC 547--Career Development: Theory and Practice). She currently spends most of her time working in her role as an Associate Vice Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs and the Director of the USC Center for Excellence in Teaching. Ginger served as the MFT program lead from 2005-2015, and stepped down to serve as the President of the Faculty in USC's Academic Senate in 2015-2016. In 2016, she joined the Executive Vice Provost's office to help implement the resolutions passed by the Academic Senate under her leadership. During her time as MFT program lead, in addition to the careers course, she taught courses in the counseling process, theories in counseling, group counseling, and child and adolescent psychotherapy, while also providing supervision in practicum and fieldwork courses. Prior to joining the USC Rossier School of Education, Clark served four years as a faculty member in the Counseling Program at California State University, Long Beach. She is a licensed counseling psychologist, with a part-time private practice.
Licensed Counseling Psychologist