Sandra Clark is a research assistant with the Center on Community Living and Careers (CCLC) at Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University, Bloomington. She is primarily involved with developing and updating training materials with the Vocational Rehabilitation Leadership Academy at the Center.
Clark has worked in the field of Deafness for several years before beginning her career as a vocational rehabilitation counselor. Clark specialized as a rehabilitation counselor for the Deaf, but added a general caseload as well. She added a Traumatic Brain Injury specialty in later years and became informally specialized in the area of autism. Clark has earned the title of certified rehabilitation counselor through certification by the Commission on Rehabilitation Counseling.
Clark holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Andrews University and a Master’s Degree in Counseling Education from Indiana University.
I always appreciated the Indiana Institute and CCLC in my work as a vocational rehabilitation counselor and referred many others to their resources. It is a distinct pleasure to now be involved in helping to develop training materials for other vocational rehabilitation counselors, passing along my knowledge and experience as well as sharing current research and emerging best practices.