"Sally Clark is a gifted and empathic teacher and facilitator of pre-and perinatal processes, with a natural as well as a trained capacity for keen observation of personal growth process."
-- Ralph Metzner

"Sally Clark is an exceptional teacher of psychological and spiritual process. She knows her material through personal experience and deep study, and facilitates her students with integrity, humor, and powerful wisdom."
--Carolyn Conger, PhD

"Sally Clark is an experienced and skilled psychotherapist with an abundant knowledge of PPN ( pre and peri-natal psychology). She has a heart of gold and is, I believe, a sage and a people-whisperer. She listens deeply, and understands in a way that is healing."
--William Emerson, Ph.D

Sally Clark is a loving and caring child therapist. Children open to her through their play and fantasy games which allow for the inner life of the child to unfold. Through participation in this play among family members or simply by observing the child's play in a place of unconditional love, healing can happen. Children also benefit from using sandplay, art therapy, EMDR, EFT and family therapy.

Child therapy

Which children could benefit from therapy?

  • Children who are dealing with parental conflict, separation or divorce.
  • Children who have been traumatized (sexual, physical or emotional abuse).
  • Children who have been adopted or are in foster care.
  • Children who are dealing with issues of loss, such as illness or death of a loved one.
  • Children who have been hospitalized.
  • Children who have witnessed domestic violence.
  • Children who have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD).
  • Children who have experienced serious accidents or disasters.
  • Children who are dealing with cross-cultural issues.
  • Children who have difficulty adjusting to the birth of a sibling.
  • Children who have had pre-birth or birth trauma.
  • Children who are experiencing sibling rivalry
  • Children who are intuitive and may be labeled as Indigo children
Child therapy

Signs from children who are asking for HELP:

  • Excessive anger, worry, sadness or fear.
  • Aggressive behavior (hurting others, animals or self).
  • Separation anxiety.
  • Excessive shyness.
  • Inappropriate age behavior.
  • Low self-esteem.
  • Learning or other school problems.
  • Sleep, eating or elimination problems.
  • Preoccupation with sexual behavior
  • Difficulty adjusting to family changes.
  • Physical symptoms such as headaches or stomach aches that have no medical cause.
  • Attachment issues.
  • Transitional problems.

Sally is a licensed marriage and family therapist with offices in Berkeley (510)-549-9401 and Mountain View (650) 969-3003.