McLean Hospital Title:
- Prescriptive Authority Nurse, Hill Center for Women, Dissociative Disorders and Trauma Research Program
Amy Clark, PMHNP-BC, RN, is a psychiatric nurse practitioner at McLean Hospital’s Hill Center for Women, a trauma-focused program, where she provides therapy and medication services. She also has a private practice specializing in the treatment of trauma and dissociative disorders for individuals, groups, and couples. Ms. Clark has a particular interest in understanding and preventing the intergenerational transmission of trauma, vicarious traumatization, and the relationship between socioeconomic status and trauma exposure.
Before working at McLean, Ms. Clark began her training with the Department of Children and Families, providing direct care to latency aged children with trauma and attachment disorders. In addition to her clinical work, she has a strong affinity for international outreach and has volunteered with Los Medicos Voladores as well as Intercultural Nursing, Inc. where she worked to build and strengthen underserved communities through healthcare and education.
Education & Training:
- 2005 AA, General Studies, University of New Hampshire
- 2009 BSN, Minor in Human Biology, Salem State University
- 2014 MSN, Northeastern University
- 2010 Registered Nurse, Department of Health and Human Services, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- 2014 Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, American Nurses Credentialing Center
- 2014 Certified Nurse Practitioner, Department of Health and Human Services, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- 2014 MCSR Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, Department of Health and Human Services, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Belmont campus - Hill Center, Room 205