Susan Clark-Cook, PsyD.
A native of Ohio, Susan did her undergraduate work at Ohio State University, and took her doctorate at Wright State School of Professional Psychology, where she earned a PsyD. She worked extensively in hospital settings, private psychiatric hospitals where she specialized in adolescent work. Moved to Maine to do her internship and has lived her in the east since then, a long time dream of hers. She currently specializes in women's issues, and teaches Psychology of Women and Psychology of Men. Additionally she advises the Women's Center and BACCHUS on campus, and is active in the Gender Issues Council. An animal lover she has a dog and three cats, and in her spare time she reads and is quite a movie buff.
Susan Clark-Cook, Adjunct Assistant professor of Psychology, Bentley College:
"Adjunct", that means she doesn't really work for the school.
WOW!! A Molly Ivans wannabe!!
A film about domestic abuse that I recommend is "Defending Our Lives," a 30 minute award-winning documentary. It gets right to the heart of the legal double-standard (pointing out that there are more animal shelters than women's shelters for instance).
LOL! It's usually women who start animal shelters.