My first book, Love & Imperfection: A Therapist’s Story is available to order now!

Due to the unprecedented circumstances of coronoviras, Clare is currently only meeting with clients virtually via webcam or phone. Please get in touch to discuss how this could work for you.

“Clare has provided me with a deep, unending level of strong and quiet support that has allowed me the space to create powerful change within. Our work together has been no less than life changing in such a positive way.”


My name is Clare Myatt and I am a somatic coach and psychotherapist, trained in the US and UK.

Why Somatic Coaching?

Unless and until a body oriented approach is included in the equation of change, change may happen briefly but cannot be sustained over time. If someone wants to shift the way they are, the way they feel, the way they are perceived, then a holistic approach incorporating the power of the body-mind-spirit is essential.

This body oriented approach is what we term “somatic” – “soma” being the Greek word for the “body” in its wholeness; not just skin and bone, but the body in its aliveness. This approach acknowledges the latest research revealing humans as an integrated neuro-psycho-biological being. Our neurology, psychology and biology are intertwined like the weave of a fabric and cannot be separated out.

By bringing attention to the body, being aware of our breathing, posture, and internal experience, the body becomes a resource rather than simply a vehicle for the head. As such, the body becomes a powerful and invaluable resource as the leader of our own lives, families or the leader of others in organizations.

Check out any of the links and then take the next step – call or email to set up a time for an obligation free conversation.

I am one of those fortunate people who loves what they do and I truly look forward to connecting with you to explore the possibilities ahead.

From the Blog…

A Guide to Focusing

A Guide to Focusing Have you ever wondered why some clients benefit from psychotherapy, and others not? It's such a great question, underpinning all the other questions I try to answer. Fortunately, there's a robust body of research which can point us to an...

How to choose a therapist

Choosing the right therapist for you is a significant step on the journey toward healing, recovery or personal growth. I say this from experience, personal experience. I've been fortunate to work with a handful of skilled clinicians over the years who have in turn...

The company you keep

"You must constantly ask yourself these questions: Who am I around? What are they doing to me? What have they got me reading? What have they got me saying? Where do they have me going? What do they have me thinking? And most important, what do they have me...

Too Sensitive?

Much of my early life resounded to refrains of "oh, you're just too sensitive" or "why can't you just get over it?" or "when are you going to grow a thicker skin?" For many years I didn't have the vocabulary to describe the gifts I'd been blessed with, for I believe...

The imperfection of creativity

As a creative working with other creatives, I really appreciate Ira Glass's perspective on how it feels to inhabit such shoes. In fact, I laughed out aloud the first time I saw this innovative presentation of the creative process. Hope you enjoy it as well....

What People are Saying

Richard Strozzi-Heckler, Clare Myatt, Somatic Coaching, Somatics, London“Master Somatic Coach Clare Myatt brings a depth and breadth to her work that is wise, pragmatic, and highly skillful. Her sensitive touch and caring heart opens doors into new actions and new ways of being. I unconditionally recommend Clare for her Somatic Coaching and Bodywork.”

Richard Strozzi-Heckler, Ph.D. – Founder, Strozzi Somatics