Dr. Clark-Sienkiewicz received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Wayne State University in 2019. She completed her internship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI, and her Postdoctoral work at Arizona State University. She is a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Missouri (2021045663) and Utah (12016019-2501; licensure in Missouri is temporary until pending exams in December). During her graduate studies, she specialized in relationships and health. She is a published researcher in the field of Health Psychology. Specifically, she has studied treatments for chronic pain, health behavior change interventions, and the impact of relationships on health. Additionally, Dr. Clark-Sienkiewicz is trained in mindfulness-based approaches, cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotion-focused treatments, and can provide brief or ongoing services for adults suffering from a wide range of mental health concerns, including work and performance-related distress. Her work has been featured in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities , The Journal of Pain , and in the book Social and interpersonal dynamics in pain: We don’t suffer alone (Chapter 13. Beyond Operant Theory of Observer Reinforcement of Pain Behavior).