- Integrated Practice
Clare Myatt is a seasoned clinician integrating decades of practice as therapist and coach, working with her clients from a somatic perspective.
After graduating with a law degree, Clare worked in human resources, moving to the US in 1987. She obtained licensure in California as a Marriage and Family Therapist in 1991 and became certified as a Master Somatic Coach with Strozzi Institute a decade later. Initially, she specialised in the treatment of addiction and trauma, contributing a chapter entitled The Power of Somatics in Sobriety to Being Human at Work by Richard Strozzi-Heckler, Ph.D., Founder of Strozzi Institute. She also worked with executives, couples, individuals and teams in Silicon Valley during the stressful dot.com era. Clare returned to her native UK in 2006, the first of Strozzi Institute’s MSC Associates beyond US shores.
Since her return, Clare has been working with clients in London, Birmingham and internationally via the web. Most are high functioning executives, couples, coaches and therapists, all keen to utilise her specialised somatic approach. This involves experiencing the body as more than a vehicle for the head - acknowledging the role our environment, community, family and internal landscape plays in shaping who we are and how we interact in the world.
Clare is a member of the BACP and BACP Coaching, AC (Association for Coaching) and AICTP (Association for Integrative Coach Therapy Professionals). She has written a number of somatically oriented articles (such as Through the body: a somatic approach to coaching in Coaching Today, July 2012; Integration across continents for AICTP Spring Journal, 2015 and The Shape of Shame for The Embodiment Journal, Winter-Spring 2015).
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Certified as a Master Somatic Coach by Strozzi Institute
Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy
Licensed in California as Marriage and Family Therapist
Member of BACP and BACP Coaching
AC (Association for Coaching)
AICTP (Association for Integrative Coach Therapy Professionals)