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Celia Clark


Celia is a qualified and experienced person-centred practitioner who can offer you both short and longer term support in a private and confidential space. She has worked with a range of clients over a number of years in different settings working with both adults and young people.

Celia has experience working in both the private and third sector, but also in schools and specialist agencies, and has supported both adults and young people with a range of issues including, but not limited to:

Anxiety : Depression :  Eating Disorders : Bereavement :  Abuse : Transition : Trauma : Alcohol and Drug Dependency : Anger : Low Self Esteem : Relationship Issues : Family Issues : Terminal Illness : Phobias : Insomnia.

She also has experience working in a specialist PND (perinatal depression) service with adults and young people (both male and female). Before, during and after pregnancy can be a challenging time for many and as a result parents and their families can be greatly affected by the changes taking place.

In addition, Celia has a special interest working with clients with disordered eating. Eating disorders are complex and require more specialist support. Disordered eating can initially feel like a solution to managing difficult feelings or experiences but can develop into an overwhelming, distressing and challenging illness.

“Someone listening maybe doesn’t sound like much but I felt really heard for the first time.”

“I have finally done something for myself and I feel supported enough to make change.”

“I didn’t realised how much things had been affecting me until I opened up.”

“It gives me space to breathe. To get everything out. To try to make sense of things.”

“I couldn’t go on with the way things were. I felt I was going crazy. Counselling changed so much for me.”

“I sometimes struggled to talk about things but I felt supported and safe.”