- Graduate Student
Advisor: Dr. Charlene Muehlenhard
Research Lab: Sex Lab
Hannah Clark is a doctoral candidate in the Clinical Psychology program.
Her research interests include recurrent pain during sexual activity, sexual decision making, gendered sexual scripts, social determinants of health, and feminist research frameworks. Her clinical interests include women's health, therapeutic interventions for sexual and reproductive concerns, integrated behavioral health, evidence-based treatment of trauma disorders, LGBTQIA+-supportive therapy, and chronic pain.
Selected Publications —
Russel, J., Clark, H., Taylor, H., & Kirk, S. (2022). Training in professionalism: Finding a fluid and collaborative pathway. Association of Psychological Training Clinics Bulletin: Practicum Education & Training
Younger, K., Malhotra, K., Clark, H., Kelly, K. (2022). An interprofessional clinic for adults with Turner syndrome: the patient perspective. Climacteric, 25(6), 609-614, DOI: 10.1080/13697137.2022.2122428
Awards & Honors —
Clinical and Professional Skills Award Recipient, 2023
Schulman Award for Excellence in Clinical Psychology Recipient, 2022
University of Kansas Department of Psychology Nominee for the University of Kansas College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Outstanding Thesis Award, 2022