Hannah Clarke

Hannah Clarke
Advisory Management Board BA (hons) BA (hons), PGCE, MASC (P.Th)
Hannah Clarke – Clinical Lead Headspace Therapeutic Services Hannah Clarke BA (hons) BA (hons), PGCE, MASC (P.Th) is a qualified teacher, youth and community worker, psychotherapist and equine assisted psychotherapist with more than 20 years’ experience of working with children and young people. Over the past decade she has developed and run social programmes for young people both on the autism spectrum and with other developmental needs, she is the author of Making Friends – Supporting people with autism to make friends have fun and share their unique brilliance. Hannah has recently developed level 2 & 3 Certificates in Therapeutic Skills, which hold Ofqual accreditation. These are theoretical & experiential courses aimed to enable non clinical professionals (teachers, teaching assistants, foster carers, social workers, support staff, medical personnel, etc.) to increase their knowledge, deepen their understanding and further develop their skills in working with young people & vulnerable adults in relation to their mental and emotional health. Hannah is an Associate of the Romanian Psychology College and a visiting lecturer for ARPI (Romanian Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy) where she teaches on their Children and Young People’s Integrative Psychotherapy Diploma. She is also a trustee for the National Autistic Society Gloucestershire Branch, a supervisor for the YMCA George Williams College in London and an Associate of Williams Independent Psychological Consultancy. Hannah has recently finished a five year advanced postgraduate diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy with the European Centre for Psychotherapeutic Studies and on completion of her case study will be eligible for UKCPregistration.

Thank you so much for your support in working with me through this, it's been an amazing journey - I feel so much lighter.”


After the accident the world was a different place for my son, thank you for giving us back our little boy.”


I went to see the family last night and I was really pleased with the progress, thank you so much for your hard work.”

Family Therapist