Justin Clark

Contact Details

Knight & Whitehall House, 4 Carlton Street, Nottingham, NG1 1NN
Website (1):


The nearest bus stops are on George Street (approx. 1 min. walk) or Victoria Centre (Approx. 5 minute walk). The nearest tram stop is Lace Market. The nearest car park is the Lace Market (Fletcher Gate).

Fees & Charges

£45 per 50 minute session (including assessment sessions).

Discounts may be available for counselling and psychotherapy students / trainees, contact me or see website for further details.



My clients

Gender & Sexual Minorities Experienced:
Kink/BDSM (all gender/sexualities)
Age ranges:
Seniors (60+)
Young Adults (16-24)
Young people (< 16)
Relationship Styles:
Friend and Family members

About me

About Me 


As a therapist you can expect me to:

  • offer a safe, confidential place, where you can talk about yourself and your life, which may be painful or confusing and may make you feel uncomfortable, angry or unhappy
  • offer an opportunity to think and talk about yourself and your concerns in a way that you often can’t do with family and friends
  • offer a place and time which is just for you to talk about those things that bother you
  • listen to the way you feel and how this affects you and others
  • accept the way you are without judging you
  • help you to make the changes you would like to happen
  • work hard to create a good therapeutic relationship with you so that we can work well together
  • understand that it is not always easy to talk about problems and to express your feelings
  • work with you towards improving your well being

Some things I won’t do:

  • offer to ‘cure’ you
  • judge you
  • make decisions for you
  • take advantage of you
  • spend time talking about my problems inappropriately
  • discuss what you and I talk about with other people

I describe my therapeutic style as humanistic, integrative, and relational.  For most people that doesn’t mean very much, so this is what I mean.



This describes my basic beliefs about people:

  • everyone has essential worth
  • people are not good or bad – we all have the potential for both
  • we all have the capacity to choose
  • people are responsible for themselves
  • people have the power to change and grow
  • we exist in relationship with the world around us
  • the truth about people is more than the sum of all the parts


Humanistic therapies are all based on the beliefs above, and there are many theories and ways of understanding people that have stemmed from this.  But there are also lots of other ways to approach this.  I don’t stick rigidly to ‘a way to do therapy’ but incorporate aspects of many different theories including some of the ‘non-humanistic’ ones.
I do this because I believe that they are useful and helpful to the work of therapy.  Just as no two people are ever the same, I don’t believe that any one sort of therapy can ever be adequate for everyone.


I place particular importance and value on the relationship that develops between myself and the client.  I believe that we all exist in relationship with the world around us, and so when we are trying to make changes, or solve problems, or make sense of our experiences, we also do that in relationship.
Therapy is very different to most other relationships you may have – that’s part of it’s value, but it is still a relationship.

Sexual & Gender Identity:
Gay - Male

Experience and approach

Specific experience and training:

In 2013 I completed a BSc (hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy.  Since then I have been working with a wide range of clients in private practice, with local charities, and as an employed therapist.

Therapies Practiced:
Counselling, Psychotherapy, Supervision/Consultation.
Specialisms and interests:


Theoretical approach:
Humanistic, Integrative, Other, Relational.
Ethical Framework:


BSc (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy
Coventry University (Nov 2013)
BACP Accred.

Issues and problems I can help with:

Addictions/Compulsive behaviours, Ageing Issues , Anger Management, Anxiety/ Panic Attack, Autistic Spectrum, Bereavement/Grief, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorders, Cancer, Childhood Sexual Abuse (Perpetrators), Childhood Sexual Abuse (Survivors), Chronic Physical Ilness, Co-Dependency, Coming Out Issues, Compulsive Behaviours (Sex, Gambling, Spending, etc), Cultural/Ethnic Issues, Dating And Relationship Skills, Depression, Diabetes, Dissociative Disorders, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Drug/ Alcohol Misuse, Eating Difficulties/ Anorexia/ Bulimia, Emotional Growth & Development, Executive Coaching, Fertility/ Conception, Harrassment, HIV/ AIDS, Homophobic Bullying, Insomnia/ Sleep Disorders/ Apnea, Intimacy Issues, Kink/BDSM Identity Concerns, Life Coaching, M.E./ Glandular Fever/ Tiredness, Menopause, Organisational/Life Management, Parenting Issues, Personality Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress, Pregnancy/ Post Natal Depression, Psychosis, Psychosomatic Illness, Rape/ Sexual Assault/ Sexual Trauma, Relationship Issues, Religious Conflicts, Schizophrenia, Self Esteem/Confidence, Sexual Problems/Dysfunction/Desire Discrepancies, Shame/Guilt, Single Parenting Issues, Smoking, Stress Management, Suicidal Behaviour/Ideation, Trauma, Weight Loss/Management/Obesity, Workplace Issues.

Justin Clark


Contact us by: Email: admin@pinktherapy.com | Telephone: 07971 205323 | Post: Pink Therapy, BCM 5159, London WC1N 3XX