Paula Clarke-Little
Couple and Individual Psychotherapist

Paula Clarke-Little


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Professional profile:

Seeking therapy is a sign of courage in the depths of conflict. People are often overwhelmed with anxiety, not knowing what is happening either within them, their partners or communicatively between their couple. To be understood and appreciated whilst conveying the same qualities to another person is an essential component of any satisfying relationship. I have been fortunate, through my work in the private sector, to have a wealth of travel and personal experience behind me that has enabled me to meet people from various cultures, classes, countries and emotional dispositions. These experiences, alongside my training, serve to inform my practice with understanding, compassion and empathy within a robust therapeutic setting. I have a caring, compassionate character and aim to assist others who may be trying to turn inner conflicts into a reflective adulthood where experiences from the past can be viewed from a differing, conscious perspective. Consequently, promoting mental health and wellbeing. 

I specialise in relationships with couples and include relationship therapy when seeing individuals. I welcome under-represented clients from the BAME, LGBT and cross-cultural/mixed-heritage communities. As well as private practice I also work as a Visiting Clinician and Assessor at Tavistock Relationships.

Training and Qualifications

MA in Couple and Individual Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Tavistock Relationships/UEL)

Clinical Observations (Nhs)

Safe-Guarding Adults and Children at Risk (Nhs)  

Health Care Support Worker (Assistant Practitioner) – Level 4 (Nhs)

PgCert in Theory and Skills of Psychodynamic Couple and Individual  Counselling and Psychotherapy (Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships/UEL)

Certificate in Counselling Skills NCFE – Level 2

Smoking Cessation Advisor – Level 2 (Nhs)

Community Social Worker – Level 3

BSc(Hons) Psychology and Artificial Intelligence (University of East London)

Professional bodies

Registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP).

Fees and Availability

Contact me for availability on: Tues, Weds and Thurs morning, daytime and evenings

Individual: £90

Couple: £140

I am additionally training as a psychosexual therapist with Tavistock Relationships and am currently offering therapy at a reduced rate for couples and individuals who may be experiencing difficulties with their sex lives.

Contact details


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Tel: 07788757880


Relationships therapy east london

Relationship and Couple Therapy

Sometimes relationships may undergo periods of stress and it may feel as if they are a source of unhappiness or confusion. Relationship counselling helps couples and individuals explore problematic patterns that may be affecting their quality of life. The problem may be recurring or after an event or series of events.

We work with a wide range of couples from different cultural backgrounds and sexual orientations

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Psychosexual Therapy

Psychosexual therapy is an integrative approach which combines talking therapy with behavioural therapy. It can take place on an individual basis or with a partner. It will involve an assessment of the sexual issue (including any associated medical factors) whilst exploring further how the relationship, sexual development and personal history may be affecting the sexual issue. Behavioural exercises may be discussed in the sessions, which will then be carried out at home to help the individual or couple address their sexual difficulties.

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Individual Counselling

Individual counselling is a joint process between a therapist and client. Common goals of therapy may be to motivate change or improve quality of life. Therapy can help people overcome obstacles to emotional and mental well-being.

It can also increase positive feelings, such as compassion and self-esteem. People in therapy can learn healthy skills for managing difficult situations, making positive decisions, and reaching goals.

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