Samantha Clark Integrative psychotherapist , CT9
Every client is unique, and my integrative training allows me to tailor therapy to the client's needs, whether that is the alleviation of depression or anxiety, improving relationships, recovering from trauma or for personal development. I value honesty, warmth, professionalism and respect for self and other, both in the consulting room and outside.
Perhaps you have a specific problem or issue that wants attention, or a more general sense of unease or dissatisfaction with your life? You may feel in distress, overwhelmed by feelings, or as if life ‘isn’t working’. Problems may be showing up in your personal relationships, at home or at work, in changes of mood or outbursts of anger. You may also be experiencing physical symptoms such as: tiredness; disturbed sleep; eating problems; increasing your use of drugs or alcohol to cope. You might have defined your problem as stress, anxiety or depression.
Psychotherapy or counselling offers you a safe, confidential space where you will be listened to carefully and without judgement. From there it is possible to clarify what the problem or unease is, how it came to be, and to move forward. It is a chance to explore, think about and understand life, so that you can live it well.
Training and qualifications
Advanced Certificate in Integrative Psychotherapy (Regents College)
MA in Counselling & Psychotherapy (Regents College)
Postgraduate Certificate in Systemic Practice (University of Bedfordshire)
My fee is £40 for daytime appointments and £45 for evening appointments (after 6pm). I reserve a limited amount of slots for those on benefits or low-income, please get in touch to discuss.
Integrative Existential Family/Systemic Relational Psychodynamic Issues often worked with:
AnxietyDepressionInterpersonal relationshipsBereavementCultural issuesFamily issues Availability:
1 - 3 weeks Therapy offered:
In personBy phone Client groups:
IndividualsCouplesFamiliesAdolescents Member organisations:
Current availability: Tuesday daytime and evening, Friday morning.