Complementary and Alternative Medical Clinicians and Health Practitioners
Complementary and Alternative Medical Clinicians and Health Practitioners

Our Services and Practitioners

Sarah Clark, Acupuncturist


Consultant Acupuncturist and TCM Practitioner

Graduating with First Class Honours in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Sarah is classically trained in traditional acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine (TCM) and successfully treats a variety of diseases from musculoskeletal to digestive to neurological conditions.

She has been in private practice since 2009 when she founded the Hong Tao Clinic, a specialist treatment practice in fertility, gynaecology, pregnancy and postpartum medicine.

Sarah is a full member of the British Acupuncture Council, the Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine, the Acupuncture Fertility Network and the NHS Trusts’ Complementary and Alternative Health Practitioners.

For more info about Sarah, her practice and stories from some of her clients, visit


Louise Bentley
Remedial Massage, Lymphatic Drainage and Women’s Health Therapist

Louise joins us from Australia where she was extensively trained in massage and in particular, holistic therapy. Deeply relaxing and therapeutic, Louise will work on both your physical aches and pains as well as your emotional and mental state be that for stress, anxiety or a need for general rebalancing. You’ll feel calm, relaxed and totally re-grounded.

Louise has speciality training in fertility and pregnancy, particularly for women who are struggling to conceive due to menstrual and ovulatory irregularities.

Louise also offers lymphatic drainage massage to facilitate the removal of metabolic wastes, excess water, bacteria, large protein molecules, and foreign substances from tissue via the initial lymph vessels and the venous capillaries.

To book an appointment with Louise, call us on 01628 290 790.

Rosie Dolan


Rosie Dolan
Specialist in Family Systemic Psychotherapy

With over 30 years’ experience, Rosie provides a safe, non-judgemental space for you to talk, discuss, explore and express difficult thoughts or emotions safely. Working with the whole family unit or with different combinations of the family such as couples, the individual or siblings, Rosie’s systemic therapy approach offers you a new lens from which to explore, view and reflect on your difficulties. Your therapy sessions will be a democratic and collaborative experience which will take place in the form of talking sessions where she will also give you strategies that will enable you to actively move through stressful situations and support you to see the problem from a new perspective. Together with Rosie, you can work towards making positive life changes.

Rosie can help with Child-focused systemic therapy, parent coaching/challenging behaviours, depression and bereavement, stress, anxiety, ADHD, OCD and ASD, relationships and Infertility and much more. Rosie’s key objective is that you are comfortable and find her work accessible, supportive and purposeful.

Rosie gained her MSc. in Systemic Practice through the Institute of Family Therapy in London. She holds full membership of the Association of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice and is a registered member of the UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy). 

For more info about Rosie and how she can help you, visit

India Kennedy


Dr. India Kennedy, BSc.(Hons), D.Clin.Psych, C.Psychol
Member of the British Psychological Society, Practitioner Psychologist with the Health and Care Professionals Council

Dr India Kennedy is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist who has worked within the NHS for over 10 years supporting young people and adults across the lifespan experiencing a range of mental health difficulties that are significantly impacting on their lives.   

India believes passionately in building a nurturing and safe space in order to help her clients understand the emotional distress that has led them to seek help and to facilitate moving towards a more fulfilled life. She views her therapeutic work with clients as integrative, meaning that she draws on different modalities including; systemic, compassion-focused therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy trauma-informed therapy, narrative therapy and mindfulness techniques in order to tailor the approaches she uses depending on each clients individual needs. 

India is experienced at working with young people, adolescents and adults whose mental health difficulties, such as anxiety, stress, trauma and depression has had a significant impact on their wellbeing, personal relationships, work / school life and outlook on the future. She uses evidence-based interventions to help people in these often overwhelming periods of their lives to improve their mental health and work towards their desired goals. 

India has experience of working in a variety of physical health settings such as at The Royal Brompton and The Evelina Children’s Hospital at St Thomas’s. She is committed to helping people with the management of acute and chronic pain and physical health diagnoses. 

For more info about India or to arrange an appointment to see her in Marlow, visit her website and call 07594 148 207.


Laura Spence BA(Hons) MARH LRSH

Laura Spence is a member of the Alliance of registered Homeopaths and trained at the River School of Homeopathy under Helen Johnson and Hilary Fairclough.

Laura knows that we are fundamentally more than the sum of our parts and that everyone experiences things differently. Homeopathy is holistic, looking to treat the whole person rather than just the symptoms. It is a system of medicine that is safe and effective, treating each patient as a unique individual whilst addressing mental, emotional and physical illness.

Laura successfully treats a wide range of illnesses. Homeopathy can help provide relief from ailments such as: skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis, PTSD, headaches and migraines, hormonal disturbances, bedwetting, anxiety and stress, hayfever, allergies and fertility. It is suitable for patients of all ages including babies and children, even alongside conventional medicines and treatments.

During the homeopathic consultation, Laura offers a safe and non-judgmental space to establish a complete picture of you and to find out what has knocked you out of balance. You will discuss your medical history, when ailments or symptoms first appeared as well as identifying significant episodes in your life.

For more info about Laura and how she can help you, give her a call on 07930 661662 or visit

Kate Smith Arts Therapist


Kate Smith MA PGCERT (HCPC Regd)

Kate has been working as a therapist for the last 12 years and is a highly experienced HCPC registered arts therapist which means she’s able to use creative tools to help people explore and unpack complex emotions when needed.  It can sometimes be very hard to articulate how you feel and using creativity allows for self expression that doesn’t have to use words. 

Kate has worked in specialist mental health services for the majority of her career, working with adults with complex mental health issues. Currently working with children and young adults in private practice, she works with a wide range of issues: depression, grief,  loss, anxiety, burnout, divorce, self esteem, body acceptance.

Kate is also senior academic/researcher as well as a therapist and lead a postgraduate training course.

Kate has also worked in schools with children and young people with a range of diagnoses including autism and EBD. She works with children and adults in private practice with a wide range of issues: Bereavement, self-esteem, anxiety, OCD, pandemic related issues, school etc.

  • MA Dramatherapy
  • PGCERT Teaching in HE
  • BADth Registered Supervisor
  • Fellow of The Higher Education Academy
  • Mentalization Based Treatment: Basic Training
  • Animation and Narrative Therapy Training
  • Brief Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy training

Kate offers a free 20 minute call to discuss whether her type of therapy may be suitable for you or your child before an initial session. Give Kate a call on 07808 553 071.