"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 presenter

I am creative in my approaches to presentations and workshops and dedicated to having the participants discover their own truth. I call upon my thirty years of teaching experience in the public schools and as an adjunct faculty member at California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS).

I am available to lead workshops and do consultations to help participants discover and heal pre and perinatal trauma, as well as to explore consciousness through sandtray, dreams, meditation and group interaction. I also offer classes in parenting where parents explore messages their child is conveying as well as discipline techniques.


  • Panelist with David Camberlain and Debbie Takikawa at the Mother Baby International Film Festival, 9/28-30, 2007.
  • Panelist following the film What Babies Want at the Center for Integrative Psychology, Alliant International University on June, 2007.
  • Adjunct faculty member at CIIS, co-teaching with Ralph Metzner, speaking on Alchemical Divination and Prenatal Psychology, Spring 2005 and summer of 2006.
  • Instructor at the Institute of Transpersonal Counseling's Continuing Education Program, speaking on The Journey of the Prenate--Our Path to Remembrance, June 2003.
  • Speaker at AFTER, an foster parent organization, speaking on shock and trauma, October, 2000.
  • Presenter at BEBA on using sand play with children and adults, May 1999.
  • Presenter at the APPPAH 9th International Congress, speaking on children and issues of trauma.
  • Pre conference presenter at the APPPAH 9th International Congress, presenting a workshop on sand play.
  • Speaker at Personal Relationship Conference, sponsored by the Jr. Chamber of Commerce, on dreams and communication styles, February, l999.
  • Presenter at FAIR, an adoption agency, speaking on how prenatal issues affect adoption.
  • Speaker at 1998 Pre & Perinatal Conference with C. Henderson on working with children resolving early traumas.
  • Presenter at 1998 American Adoption Congress SW Conference on attachment disorders.