About Elizabeth Clark-Stern

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Elizabeth Clark-Stern 

Elizabeth spent many years writing for theater, film, and television. She served as story editor for thefeature film, Heartland,and wrote and co-produced the ocumentary, Home From the Eastern Sea.Her produced plays and teleplays include All I Could See From Where I Stood, Help Wanted, To See the Elephant, Having Babies II, and Out of the Shadows: A Story of Toni Wolff and Emma Jung.

The latter was performed in 2007 at the International Jungian Congress in Cape Town. In 2011, Out of the Shadows played in Seattle, followed by a performance in New Orleans for the Archetypal Theater Company in collaboration with the Jung Society, In each performance, the author returned to her first career as an actress, to play the role of Toni Wolff, with fellow actor/therapist, Rikki Ricard, as Emma Jung.

The author currently balances her artistic life with her work as a psychotherapist in Seattle. For the past twenty-five years she has worked in private practice, in community mental health agencies, and as a supervisor of other clinicians.

 

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