Aubrey Clark is a Licensed Associate Counselor, and holds a Masters of Science in Counseling from Hope International University, as well as a Masters of Arts in Pastoral Care and Counseling from Talbot School of Theology. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with a minor in Theatre, from The Ohio State University. Aubrey has previously worked in full-time Christian ministry as a pastoral counselor and is passionate about ministry leader health and well-being. Having experienced the unique stress of being in ministry, Aubrey seeks to walk alongside ministry leaders towards a more integrated, healthy, and balanced life lived with God and others.
She is also passionate about relational health and maintenance – family, friendship, dating, engagement, and marriage – to help people trust, grow, and thrive in their relationships with one another. Aubrey has experience working with PTSD, personality disorders, OCD, anxiety, depression, grief, burnout, spiritual abuse, and relational struggles, and works primarily with adults ages 18+.
Aubrey integrates attachment and trauma-based modalities, including EMDR, Internal Family Systems, and psychodynamic approaches, to help clients have a more honest view of themselves and others, and to use that knowledge to create a more realistic and healthier lifestyle – emotionally, physically, relationally, spiritually, and intellectually. Aubrey is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and certified in both Prepare & Enrich couples’ assessment and in Gottman (level I) couples’ counseling.
Aubrey recently moved from southern California to the Phoenix area with her husband, but primarily grew up in the Midwest. She loves getting outdoors, playing all sorts of instruments, having a good laugh (usually at her expense), any book written by C.S. Lewis, cats, and a piping hot cup of tea.
I am able to meet with clients either online via telehealth or in person at my office.