Welcome to TherapyWorks

Therapy Counselling Somerset

TherapyWorks was founded by Kate Clements and Robert Best as a centre for therapy and counselling in Somerset. 
Here at TherapyWorks we provide a safe, supportive environment for adults, young people, children, couples and groups experiencing emotional difficulties. We offer psychotherapy, counselling, clinical hypnotherapy and art therapy as well as professional supervision.

In our individual work with adults, young people and children, we use an integrative approach, adopting various models of therapy to suit each individual’s needs.  Providing a supportive, safe environment, built on years of experience in children's hospitals, psychiatric units, residential homes and private practice, our integrative approach encourages clients of all ages and backgrounds to express themselves in a creative and empathic space.  

As we feel that some difficulties are best approached in a group setting, so that members can learn from and support each other, we offer various groups facilitated by one or two therapists. We also work with couples, making it possible for each partner to feel heard, understood and supported in the  presence of an objective third party.

We feel our approach enables clients to trust and confide in their therapist, who will in turn always treat them with empathy, integrity, and respect. Both Rob and Kate are experienced, fully qualified, accredited therapists and adhere to the code of ethics required by their professional bodies.

TherapyWorks is situated in the village of Alhampton, between Castle Cary and Shepton Mallet. We see client’s in a pleasant setting with the added convenience of a private car park.

Therapy Works, Therapy Avon Somerset

 

 

“We do not believe in ourselves until someone reveals that deep inside us something is valuable, worth listening to, worthy of our trust, sacred to our touch. Once we believe in ourselves we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight or any experience that reveals the human spirit.” EE Cummings 1894 - 1962