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As Founder and CEO of ACI Specialty Benefits, Dr. Ann D. Clark leads ACI’s strategic planning and direction while actively participating in the community and the media. As “San Diego’s Healthiest Company,” ACI is ranked in the nation’s Top Ten of Employee Assistance Programs, and ACI’s benefits products have consistently led the field in quality, creativity, awards, and recognition.

Dr. Clark is nationally known for her expertise in mental health, substance abuse and cost containment in the workplace. Dr. Clark’s extensive published works include Citadel Press’ best-seller Surviving Your Boss, helping employees deal with work/life stress, emotional wellness and ongoing challenges on the job and at home. A popular author for Hazelden Publish
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Women & Recovery: Sex, Sobr...

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Alone But Not Lonely

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Surrender to Win

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“Be grateful. These feelings, no matter how painful, are part of
living. Today, we are alive—not anesthetized, not sedated, not passed
out. Take control of your feelings and through action you can change.
Today, as every day of sober living, we have a choice.”
Ann D. Clark, Women & Recovery: Sex, Sobriety & Stepping Up: Practical Suggestions for Quality Living in Recovery

“If you don't know where you are going, you will surely arrive there.”
Ann D. Clark, Women & Recovery: Sex, Sobriety & Stepping Up: Practical Suggestions for Quality Living in Recovery

“If you don't know where you are going, you will surely arrive there.”
Ann D. Clark, Women & Recovery: Sex, Sobriety & Stepping Up: Practical Suggestions for Quality Living in Recovery

“Be grateful. These feelings, no matter how painful, are part of
living. Today, we are alive—not anesthetized, not sedated, not passed
out. Take control of your feelings and through action you can change.
Today, as every day of sober living, we have a choice.”
Ann D. Clark, Women & Recovery: Sex, Sobriety & Stepping Up: Practical Suggestions for Quality Living in Recovery




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