Clark Baim is a speaker, author, trainer and psychodrama psychotherapist who specialises in the development of mindful practice in the workplace, attachment-based practice in social and health care, criminal justice rehabilitation programmes and applied theatre.
He is the Co-Director of the Birmingham Institute for Psychodrama, a psychotherapy training school, and is also Co-Director of Change Point Learning and Development, delivering accelerated training to a wide range of social care, mental health and criminal justice agencies internationally.
This is my new book about how to transform and enhance working relationships. Read more…
This is a book I co-wrote with Tony Morrison, on attachment-based practice Read more…
This is a book I co-wrote and co-edited with Sally Brookes and Alun Mountford. Read more…
“This was the best training I have EVER been on and a must for all people involved in mental health.”
Clinical Psychologist, 2013 Participant
“Clark’s training is empowering, respectful and enlightening. He brings enormous compassion and insight – a wonderful learning experience.”
Senior Manager, Social Work, 2013
“(The…) best training I have had in years, very powerful and so worthwhile. I got so much out of it”
2007 Course Participant
“Clark is an inspirational person to be around. He recognises differences and celebrates individuality.”
2013 participant, Social Worker
“I think of Clark as a Jedi Knight! After years of training, he continues to seek truth in himself and others”
Pam Miranda, Berry Street Childhood Institute