Clint Parker graduated from Texas Wesleyan University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. He is currently completing a Master’s degree in Counseling with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy through Saybrook University. In addition to his work at Paradigm, he is an MFT trainee at a community agency in San Rafael. His integrative approach to mental health is strongly influenced by the humanistic-existential tradition as well as narrative therapy and social cognitive theory.
Before moving to the Bay Area, Clint worked in a dual-diagnosis residential treatment facility and with adolescents in a transitional-aged youth home focused on mental health recovery. Clint is excited to apply his personal and professional experience, as well as his friendly and calm presence, to his work with teens at Paradigm. He hopes that his experiences working with teen anxiety, depression, and trauma can inspire each youth to find empowerment in addreses their unique challenges and circumstances. In addition to his therapeutic work and study, Clint finds personal meaning through music and hiking.
Teen and adolescent residential treatment program that has the privilege of serving families from throughout the US and abroad.