G. Warren Clark has been with the School of Social Work since 1997, when he joined the Office of Field Instruction as a field educator/lecturer/field liaison. He has worked with students in all methods and in the practice areas of health, aging, and community and social systems. He has been a member of the University's Council on Disability Concerns since 1997 and is a SSW contact person for students with disabilities. Warren has worked in human service field since 1973. He began his career as a child care worker at Yorkwoods Center, a state of Michigan children's psychiatric treatment facility. After five years of direct service work, he enrolled in the MSW program at the University of Michigan.
After graduation, Warren worked at the Veterans Medical Center from 1980 to 1986 as a medical social worker. Areas of responsibility included inpatient programs of neurology and oncology. He also worked with MSW students from U of M and Wayne State University. From 1986 to 1997 Warren worked at Chelsea Community Hospital in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation program, providing direct counseling services to inpatients and their families and working with MSW students. He also co-directed the week-long community re-entry camp for those recovering from traumatic brain injury. Warren also continues to maintain a private practice that provides clinical services to the elderly.