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Contact Info:
Phone: 44 7894714853
Website: Clare Myatt

Clare Myatt, M.A.

Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapist

Focusing-Oriented Psychotherapist (FOT) Information:
Clinical Training: M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy
Licensed By: California MFT 1991
FOT Specialty Areas: Trauma, Adults, Body Psychotherapy, Substance abuse
Other Specialty Areas: Embodiment

Focusing Trainer Specialty Areas: 12 Step Program, Body Work, Creative process, Business
Other Focusing Trainer Specialty Areas: Trauma
Personal Statement about Training Program:
Trained as a psychotherapist in California in the eighties, I heard about Carl Rogers, but (surprisingly) not his colleague Gene Gendlin. Several decades passed before Focusing presented itself, and what a blessing it has been.

I now weave Focusing in to my work as both psychotherapist and somatic coach. The blend allows wholistic shifts to happen, supporting my clients in their quest for recovery from trauma, addiction and shame. Iím particularly drawn to Gendlinís Shaky Being and have recently written about my experience of getting out of the way for something greater than myself to contribute to the process.

I also use Focusing in a more personal way. With regular Focusing partners and a Focusing oriented mentor, I feel supported and attended to, still surprised sometimes at the power of an aha moment created by the felt sense. Ah, deep joy.

A Sample of my Work:
A couple of blogs about Focusing can be found on my website, more to follow:

My Publications:
Love & Imperfection: A Therapistís Story published April 2019, is available for order from my website and Amazon.

The British Focusing Assoc Newsletter, March 2019, includes my Practitioner Profile

Chapter The Power of Somatics in Sobriety in Being Human at Work by Richard Strozzi-Heckler, Ph.D. (2004)

Others on my website.

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