Haley has a Masters in Counseling Psychology and has worked in mental health and protection programming for the past 18 years. She loves directing World Hope’s global anti-trafficking programs now. She’s been with World Hope for almost seven years.
Haley Clark is a psychotherapist who specializes in trauma treatment. At World Hope International, Haley directs the organization’s anti-trafficking and anti-gender-based violence strategy and programs in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Cambodia, the Philippines and the Ukraine. Haley originally joined World Hope in 2013 as the Clinical Supervisor for World Hope’s Trafficking in Persons Recovery Centre in Sierra Leone. Prior to this, she worked with children impacted by trauma and abuse in Seattle, Washington. Haley completed her clinical internship in northern Uganda, where she worked with former child soldiers. In Uganda, Haley co-founded an NGO that provides educational support to high school students. Haley holds a bachelor’s degree from Seattle Pacific University and a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. Haley currently resides in Washington State, in the US, with her husband Quaanan.
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