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Find A Supervisor - Mr Clark Baim

Personal Details
Mr Clark Baim
Full Name:Mr Clark Baim
BPA Accredited Trainer:Yes

Address Details
Address:Birmingham Institute for Psychodrama
 45 Whetstone Close
County:West Midlands
Postcode:B15 2QN
Country:United Kingdom

Contact Details
Telephone 1:07961 517135
Telephone 2:0121 454 4909

Services & Practice

Clark Baim (UKCP registered psychodrama psychotherapist), is the Co-Course Leader of the Birmingham Institute for Psychodrama. He is a BPA registered Senior Trainer.


Areas of Special Interest

Psychodrama Group Psychotherapy.

Forensic Psychotherapy.

Attachment theory.

Training and consultancy for offending behaviour / criminal justice rehabilitation programmes.

Applied drama.

Cognitive-behavioural therapy.


Qualifications & Experience

Since 1987, Clark has facilitated groups and provided supervision and training for criminal justice and mental health practitioners across the UK and Ireland. He has also led workshops and training events in Sweden, Australia, Latvia, Greece, South Africa and the USA. In addition to his other work, Clark is a Lead National Trainer for the Probation Service’s sexual offending programmes. A native of Chicago, Clark settled in the 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. Clark currently serves on the Accreditation Committee of the BPA. In 2008 he received the David Kipper Scholar’s Award from the American Society for Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama for his work co-editing Psychodrama: Advances in Theory and Practice, published by Routledge.

'BPA Registered Supervisor'



Baim, C. (2013) ‘Footsteps on the Moon: Using TSM Concepts with Offenders Who Have Unresolved Trauma,’ in M.K. Hudgins (Ed.) Stories from the Front Line: The Therapeutic Spiral Model of Working with Trauma. Publisher tbc.

Baim, C. (2010) ‘Psychodrama,’ in Patricia Rossi (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Psychology. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley.

Baim, C. (2008). ‘Nature’s Way: Psychodrama as an example of biomimicry,’ British Journal of Psychodrama and Sociodrama, 23 (1), 27-34.

Baim, C. (2007). ‘Are You a Cognitive Psychodramatist? Reflections on the links between cognitive therapy and psychodrama,’ British Journal of Psychodrama and Sociodrama, 22 (2), 23-32.

Baim, C. (2006). ‘Drama in Prisons.’ In Blatner, A. and Wiener, D. (Eds.) Interactive and Improvisational Drama: Varieties of Applied Theatre and Performance. New York: iUniverse.

Baim, C. (2004). ‘“If All the World’s a Stage, Why Did I Get the Worst Parts?”: Psychodrama with violent and sexually abusive men.’ In Balfour, M. (Ed.). Theatre in Prison: Theory and Practice. Bristol, UK and Portland, OR: Intellect.

Baim, C. (2000). ‘Time’s Distorted Mirror: Trauma Work with Adult Male Sex Offenders.’ In Hudgins, K. and Kellerman, P. F. (Eds.). Psychodrama with Trauma Survivors. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Baim, C. (1999). ‘Techniques in Supervision for Those Working with Sexual Abusers.’ In Deacon, L. and Gocke, B. (Eds.). Understanding Perpetrators/ Protecting Children. London: Whiting and Birch.


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