Lark is a registered clinical psychologist, with practice experience encompassing Australia, the United Kingdom, and Denmark. With a decade of experience in the field, she provides expert therapy to adults as well as offering parent training. She works with you as a client to formulate a tailored plan, then guides you through the process through the application of supportive, needs-based therapy. Lark is able to assist with therapy to address a range of conditions and disorders, including depression, stress, anxiety, anorexia and bulimia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and managing difficult emotions which may arise from life challenges such as work stress, or moving to a new country.
Lark’s approach is based on the belief that every person is doing the best that they can with the emotional and practical resources they have. Lark works in collaboration with you to build resources and resilience which will allow you to make positive changes in your life. She is warm, non-judgemental, and compassionate. Lark is committed to developing a shared understanding of your problems, and utilises evidence-based treatments which are tailored to the needs of the individual patient to help you to achieve the best outcome possible.
Lark is trained in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), eye movement, desensitisation, and reprocessing (EMDR), mindfulness, and prolonged exposure to help you to better cope with difficult thoughts, emotions, and behaviours. These therapies can help you to address specific mental health disorders, as well as develop skills in relaxation, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, stress management, interpersonal conflicts, and problem-solving skills. You can learn more about the therapeutic modalities Lark uses on the Therapies and Treatments and Parent Training pages.
Doctor of Clinical Psychology
Queensland University of Technology 2008 – 2010
Thesis title: Factors contributing to burnout in nursing home nurses
Bachelor of Psychology
University of Tasmania 2004 – 2008
Thesis title: The effect of MDMA on impulsivity
Health & Care Professionals Council (UK)
- Name Lark Peart
- Registration number PYL29597
- Modalities Clinical psychologist
Danish Supervisory Board of Psychological Practice