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Clark Baim, PhD (UKCP registered psychodrama psychotherapist)

Clark Baim, PhD (UKCP registered psychodrama psychotherapist) is the Director of the Birmingham Institute for Psychodrama and a registered Senior Trainer and Clinical and Training Supervisor with the British Psychodrama Association. He currently serves as the Honorary President of the British Psychodrama Association and is a recipient of the BPA's Lifetime Achievement Award (2018).

Clark co-founded the Birmingham Institute for Psychodrama with Susie Taylor in 2008. He has facilitated psychodrama workshops and staff training in 20 countries and in more than 200 institutions and organisations. Clark has published widely on topics including psychodrama, applied theatre, offender rehabilitation, attachment theory and co-working. Among these publications, he co-edited Psychodrama: Advances in Theory and Practice, published by Routledge in 2007.

A native of Chicago, Clark settled in Birmingham, UK in the 1980s, where he established and served as the first Director of Geese Theatre UK, a company specialising in rehabilitative drama with offenders. In addition to his other work, Clark served as a Lead National Trainer for the Probation Service's sexual offending programmes in the UK from 2000-2012.

Clark Baim

Jeni Goodfellow-Pemsel

Jeni Goodfellow-Pemsel is a state registered Dramatherapist (HCPC), a Psychodrama Psychotherapist (UKCP) and a registered clinical supervisor. She has worked in education for 14 years as a counsellor/ dramatherapist. She has 7 years of experience as a lecturer, delivering on the MA counselling and counselling children and young people at the University of Nottingham.

Jeni also has experience of clinical supervision and reflective practice groups for professionals in clinical, educational and forensic settings. She has been a senior therapist and training manager for a creative arts therapy team, working with professionals, families, young offenders and traumatised children and young people. She is also a trainer, mediator and workshop facilitator using creative action methods.

Jeni is now based in Manchester, providing individual work, group work (including families), training, supervision and couples work as a freelance practitioner. She specialises in working with looked after children and their families, using an integrative and systemic approach (ASF). Jeni is the Co-Leader of BIP's one-year certificate course.

Jeni Goodfellow-Pemsel

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