Dr. Peggy Mitchell Clarke is a clinical psychologist, mental health consultant, and retired psychology professor who earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Brown University and her M.Ed. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia. Dr. Clarke worked as a psychotherapist in a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient mental health settings, and served on the Colorado state board of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and as an executive officer for the Virginia and Rocky Mountain chapters of the Association of Black Psychologists. Her experience in higher education includes teaching psychology for 19 years at colleges and universities in Virginia and Colorado and serving as Director of Faculty Professional Development at Community College of Aurora and Associate Director of Career and Counseling Services at Christopher Newport University. Dr. Clarke is the author of "Do Something Different For a Change: An Insider's Guide to What Your Therapist Knows (But May Not Tell You)" and "Doggie Tales: Lessons on Life, Love, and Loss I Learned From My Dog." The host of the "Living Well with Dr. Peg" radio program, she also appeared for 4 years on Denver's 9News Morning Show. She currently serves on the Behavioral Intervention Team at Community College of Aurora and is the President of Living Well Press, a mental health and wellness consulting and publishing company.
W2C: Threat Assessment, Mental Health and Behavioral Intervention Teams