Liz Clark

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
B.S. Psychology

Dr. Liz Clark has worked for Walden University for 10 years in the Bachelor of Psychology program. Her PhD is in human development which also aligns with courses in the Human Services Bachelor program. Dr. Clark has been the Chair of dissertation committees and second committee member on other committees with a focus in qualitative research in the Walden Psychology PhD program.

Dr. Clark's research is in adult learning and particularly how the influence of Place informs what people make together in their daily communicative activities. Her methodological preferences are qualitative and particularly interpretive descriptive analysis, interpretive phenomenological analysis, and content narrative analysis. Dr. Clark's areas of expertise include; social constructionism, resiliency/positive psychology, self efficacy, adult education, special education, child abuse prevention and suicide prevention and intervention.

Courses Taught

PSYC 3007 - Influence and Persuasion


MS, Fielding Graduate University

MS, Fielding Graduate University

PhD, Fielding Graduate University

Public Service

Three Rivers School, Volunteer - Three Rivers