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Dr. Clark is a licensed clinical psychologist, a licensed professional counselor, and a certified clinical supervisor in Virginia.  He has been in private practice for over 30 years in the DC area, seeing individuals and couples for therapy.  He earned his PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Maryland, a Master of Arts in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, and a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Grace Theological Seminary (studying under Dr. Larry Crabb and Dr. Dan Allender).  In the late 1980’s he co-founded The Lay Counselor Institute, a non-profit organization devoted to training individuals to provide lay counseling in the local church.  Bill is also an adjunct professor at both Cairn University and Reformed Theological Seminary.  

He’s married to Debbie and has two adult sons, Adam and Alex.

ANNIE SCHLEYER, MA, Resident in Counseling

Annie holds an undergraduate degree in pscyhology from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia and a Masters Degree in Counseling from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology in Seattle, Washington.

Her professional career began with Dr. William Clark and Associates in September of 2000.  After 2 years, she moved to North Carolina and worked for The Barnabas Center located in Charlotte, NC. 

In May of 2009, she moved backed to the Washington area and landed back working with Dr. William Clark and Associates.

Since her professional career began her main focus has been working with adult clients seeking counsel in their relationships. She has a passion for teaching and has been engaged on numerous occasions to speak in both institutional and public forums on the various types of relationships.

JONATHAN ANDERSON, MA, Resident in Counseling

Jonathan earned his Master of Arts in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida and his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech.  Originally from the Northern Virginia area, he served for thirteen years as a campus minister working at schools like the University of Virginia before returning to DC.  While ministering on the college campus, he integrated his love for the outdoor experience with his love of spiritual formation, creating specialized wilderness group discipleship programs for college students.  He also worked as a whitewater rafting and backpacking guide.  He loves to spend his free time in wild spaces. 

Jonathan loves working with college students, young adults, individuals, couples, and groups.  He has experience counseling in ministry and private practice settings, working with a variety of mental health concerns including sexual addiction, anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, and anger issues.