Lark Peart - Online therapist
Ensuring that you can find someone with the right training, expertise, and background to help you is very important when starting psychological therapy. The relationship between the client and the therapist is central to change. I invite you to learn a little bit about me to help you decide whether I would be the best therapist for you.
WHO AM I?
I am an Australian Clinical Psychologist and have practice experience encompassing Australia, the United Kingdom, and Denmark. As a Clinical Psychologist, I was trained and educated for seven years prior to graduating. This education taught me to view clients as whole people who are experiencing difficulties, rather than as a group of symptoms or problems. I strive to work collaboratively, honestly, and warmly with each client. While therapy can feel like an unknown, how we will achieve change should not be a mystery. As such, I am transparent with clients, and discuss each stage of therapy as it occurs so that the client is informed and feels consulted.
I am a registered Clinical Psychologist, and I received a Bachelor of Psychology with Honours from the University of Tasmania, Australia, and a Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) from the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. I am registered with the Danish Supervisory Board of Psychological Practice, and the Health and Care Professions Council in the United Kingdom. I have worked in Australia, Scotland, and Denmark, with patients from a range of cultural backgrounds. As a result, I understand the cultural issues often faced by expats, and how these issues can influence psychological well being. I strive to provide warm, empathic, and client focussed psychological interventions to help each client improve their lives in the way that is important to them.
Coming to therapy may feel daunting. However, clients tend to find that they feel comfortable in sessions once there, and that they are glad that they sought help. I strive to make the process as straightforward and supportive as possible, and clients should feel respected and listened to at all times.
The first few sessions involve me asking relevant questions to understand what has been happening which has led the client to seek help. Together, we develop a shared understanding of their difficulties and concerns. We also develop a tailored treatment plan which we discuss and agree on before treatment begins.
My approach is based on the belief that every person is doing the best that they can with the emotional and practical resources they have. Often people have found novel and ingenious ways of coping with problems, but these solutions may not be working as well as they have in the past. I work in collaboration with the client to build resources and resilience which will allow them to make positive changes in their life.
Research and Psychology
Psychology is a science, and we are learning more about which treatments are effective all the time. As a Clinical Psychologist, it is important that I keep up to date with the latest research, and use this in my practice to ensure that clients are treated ethically, effectively, and efficiently. As such, I utilise evidence-based treatments which are tailored to the needs of the client as an individual to help them to achieve the best
outcome possible. I am trained in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), eye movement, desensitisation, and reprocessing (EMDR), mindfulness, and prolonged exposure, to help clients to better cope with difficult thoughts, emotions, and behaviours. These therapies are scientifically tested and supported, and can help clients to address specific mental health disorders, as well as develop skills in relaxation, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, stress management, interpersonal conflicts, and problem-solving.
I am able to assist with therapy to address a range of conditions and disorders, including depression, stress, anxiety, anorexia and bulimia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, parenting difficulties, and managing difficult emotions which may arise from life challenges such as work stress, or moving to a new country.
I look forward to meeting you, and helping you to live your best life.
You are welcome to contact me via the contact form if you have further questions or want to make a first appointment.
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We are a group of experienced psychologists and therapists at the Psychology Group, who provides psychological services to people in both Danish and fluent English. We can also help if you are seeking therapy in Spanish, German or Norwegian.
Peter MacFarlane, Ph.D.
Clinic manager, diagnosis, client-centered therapy and emotion-focused therapy.
Lene Bisgaard, M.S.
Markus Lien, M.S.
Cognitive therapy, ADHD (adults), substance abuse, mindfulness and depression.
Hanne-Berit Hahnemann, M.A.
Couple therapy, anxiety, abuse, personality disorders, depression and stress.
Beverley Lim Høeg, M.Sc. , PhD
Grief and loss, illness-related disorders, body awareness, anxiety and depression.
Daniela Medina, M.A.
Psychologist offering psychotherapeutic treatment, in both English and Spanish.
Lou James, MA, MSc., PGDip
I offer services in English, to families, parent, couples, individuals, and children.
Pilar, M.S. Psychologist
I am a Spanish psychologist offering treatment in both English and Spanish.
Julia Flückiger, M.S., MAS.
Julia is on maternity leave, and will be back in the summer of 2022.
Lark, Clinical Psychologist
I strive to work collaboratively, honestly, and warmly with each client.