Counsellor Profile: Helen Clark

My background is in the area of psychology and mental health. My approach to counselling is integrative. I use a blend of several methods and theories to support clients through their difficulties. This includes person-centred therapy, attachment, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and compassion focused therapy.

I aim to help clients develop an understanding of how their problem came about in order to settle on an appropriate way forward from which people will derive long lasting benefit.


I am qualified to work with young people and adults with any problem. I work with both individual clients and couples from various age groups and ethnic backgrounds. I provide a non-judgmental, confidential and empathic service for many of life’s problems. For example, depression, anxiety, OCD, abuse, trauma, anger management, bereavement, eating difficulties, low self-esteem, self-harm, postnatal depression, stress, sexual problems, addictions and relationship issues.


MSc (with distinction) in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Registered Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Certificate in Clinical Supervision (BPS approved).
Certificate in Couples Counselling (accredited by the international society of professional counsellors).
IARTT Trauma Practitioner (accredited member of the International Association for Rewind Trauma Therapy)
BSc in Biology and Psychology.


Thursday daytime.
Monday and Friday early evening.

ACTO Certificate for Helen Clarke
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