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Dr. Chap Clark  

Author of "Hurt 2.0: Inside the World of Today’s Teenagers"; Former Professor Youth, Family, & Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary

Chap Clark (PhD, University of Denver) is a global speaker and consultant, author of two dozen books, and a nationally recognized expert in adolescent development, culture, parenting, youth sports, and education. His years of academic leadership, research and teaching offers a rare interdisciplinary perspective on trends. His latest work is on the effects of Covid-19 on parents, youth, and children.

Clark's insights have been featured in both print and network media, from the New York Times and LA Times to ABC News. He appeared as an on-screen advisor for the reality series "Amish in the City" and has served as a consulting producer for Emmy award winner Jon Kroll Productions. His books contain numerous award-winning titles, including Hurt 2.0: Inside the World of Today's Teenagers and Sticky Faith (co-authored) and he is the series editor for Baker Academic Youth, Family, and Culture series. He has written over 50 articles and has been interviewed by a wide array of podcasts and radio programs.

Clark is a highly sought-after speaker, inspirational communicator and consultant. His warm and engaging use of humor and authentic style connect with all ages and backgrounds. He has been married to Dee, a LMFT counselor and an equine-assisted psychotherapy trainer for 40 years. The Clark's have three grown children, five grandchildren and live in Gig Harbor, WA.

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