Therapy Nottingham

Psychotherapy and Supervision

In person and online video.

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The current Coronavirus (COVID-19) status and response at Therapy Nottingham

Last reviewed: 11 January 2021

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve rapidly. My intention is to always work safely, and within the various legislation and guidance available from both Goverbment and my professional bodies. As such, there can be some variability and relatively short-notice changes.

The latest Coronavirus practices at Therapy Nottingham are avalilable here.

Face to face sessions

Not currently available.

I am hopeful that I can return to offering in-person meeting later in the year. I am regularly reviewing this situation, but at the moment there is no proposed date for this to happen.

Online / video sessions

Available for new and exisitng clients using Zoom

About Therapy

People come to therapy for all kinds of reasons. Counselling and psychotherapy can help manage and address a wide range of emotional issues, difficulties and experiences. It’s not about being “crazy” or “mad”, but it is about making changes – both in your life, and in how you feel.

Counselling and psychotherapy come under the broad heading of ‘talking therapies’. I believe that by talking about and exploring the things that have happened, how you are feeling, and the thoughts you are having, you are then able to make positive changes. It’s not possible for us to go back in time and change what has already happened, but it is possible to reduce or remove the negative impact that those things may be still be having on you now.

Examples of the kinds of things people come to therapy for include:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Anger
  • Depression
  • Relationship issues
  • Workplace problems
  • Family difficulties
  • Issues relating to sexuality
  • Knowing that things ‘just don’t feel right’

People also choose to come to therapy having experienced significant or difficult events, for example:

  • Bereavement
  • Divorce or separation
  • Sexual abuse or assault
  • Harassment
  • Bullying

Whatever apparent similarities there may be, your individual experience is inevitably unique. This means that your experience of coming to therapy will also be unique. You can read more about how I work and what I believe here.

Justin Clark

Justin Clark

Psychotherapist and Supervisor

Therapy Nottingham

About me

I am an Accredited Psychotherapist and Supervisor with a private practice in Nottingham and online.


  • MSc Integrative Psychotherapy, 2019-2021

    Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute

  • Therapeutic Counselling Supervision, 2017

    Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body

  • BSc Counselling and Psychotherapy, 2010-2013

    Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute