Dr. Clark Ausloos is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed School Counselor, and a National Certified Counselor. Dr. Ausloos currently serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Counseling Psychology Department for the University of Denver.
To foster resiliency and growth with clients, Dr. Ausloos uses a warm, person-centered, humanistic framework in his counseling sessions, while utilizing evidence-based treatments through a wellness and solution-focused lens.
Dr. Ausloos has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and college-aged clients, treating depression, anxiety, anger, grief, self-harming behaviors and identity and life-change issues.
Dr. Ausloos is passionate about diversity and working with LGBTQIA+ clients, transgender and gender expansive clients, multicultural populations, and clients of varying ability and disability statuses, and intellectual and developmental levels.
Dr. Ausloos is also passionate about counselor professional identity, leadership and advocacy, and was recently awarded the Chi Sigma Iota’s Outstanding Practitioner Award, as well as the National Board for Certified Counselors Minority Fellowship, a federal grant program aimed at supporting the work of professional counselors and their research and clinical services with under-served populations. He was recently appointed as a Chi Sigma Iota International Leadership Fellow.