Underpinning her clinical practice and ethos is an inclusive, compassionate, holistic, collaborative, and relational approach, which values and respects people’s agency, autonomy and integrity. She aims to co-create a safe and nurturing therapeutic environment to facilitate healing and growth. In her work she draws on a variety of psychotherapeutic and trauma informed modalities and is inspired by a range of interventions such as: creative-expressive methods, body-based including touch work, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Re-processing (EMDR). Inbar tailors the therapy to the individual’s needs, as she values the uniqueness of each person she supports.
Inbar is an experienced clinical supervisor working with trainee and qualified psychotherapists and counsellors, and provides supervision and clinical oversight to colleagues within Beacon House, and to professionals externally.
Inbar joined the leadership team at Beacon House in April 2023 as a Senior therapist, supporting therapists in the team, offering clinical supervision, and contributing to the service as a whole.
Inbar is registered with UKCP.