"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

Prenatal trauma

My mother and father are fighting. I can hear their voices and feel their emotions flow around me. I curl up tighter and hope that soon I'll be able to relax. Then there's the loud sound of a door slamming. What is happening? Why am I feeling waves of sadness? I go to sleep.

Again I am disturbed, now by feeling that my mother doesn't want me. How could she not want me; I am her child. I silently grieve inside while flashing on what my future may hold. I'm feeling overwhelmed by what I see.

How can I possibly survive this lifetime? Maybe I will have to do everything for myself -- yet I'm in this small, uncoordinated body that just flops around. Suddenly I feel pressure all over my body. There's no way I can get out. I am pushed and crushed for hours. I hold on, no place to go.

Just when I begin to lose consciousness, light enters my space and I'm lifted out. I gasp, attempting to breathe. My breath hurts me. Rough hands bathe me. I wail, overwhelmed by physical and emotional pain. Finally hands lift me and enfold me, I sense love, yet I long for my mother and father. Where are they. I hope I don't die.

Therapeutic vision

Working through the place where trauma occurred results in an increased sense of strength and confidence in his/her ability to go forward.