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Photo os Sara Clark Therapist and TRE Trainer and pet dog

Sara Clark is a registered masters level clinical trained Social Worker, a registered international expressive arts therapist, a certified TRE® (Tension and Trauma Release Exercises) provider, as well as, a TRE® Certification Trainer. Sara currently works full time for Alberta Health Services as a therapist, part time in her own private practice in Calgary, AB and also offers TRE® certification training across Canada. She has over 20 years’ experience working in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan primarily with non-profits in frontline to management positions. She also has over 10 years’ experience working for Alberta Health Services in adolescent mental health and child abuse. Sara has worked in urban, rural and indigenous communities with preteens, teens, adults and families in individual and group settings throughout her career.

Credential Acronyms:


MSW: Masters of Social Work

RSW: Registered Social worker with the Alberta College of Social Work

REAT:  Registered Expressive Arts therapist with International Association of Expressive Arts Therapy

TRE®:  Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises also know as Tension Releasing Exercises

TRE®- CP:  Certified provider of Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises

TRE® – CT:   Certification Trainer of Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises.





Sara Clark resides in Calgary, Alberta, also known by the Blackfoot Confederacy as, Moh-kíns-tsis. Sara respectfully acknowledge that she live, work and play on the traditional lands of Treaty 7, Blackfoot Confederacy: comprising of Siksika, Pikani, Kainai First Nation, as well as, Tsuu’tina First Nation and Îyârhe Nakoda (including Chiniki, Bearspaw and Wesley First Nations) and Metis Nation of Alberta, Region 3. Sara made this land acknowledgement to honour the Indigenous people who have been stewards of this land for thousands of years and who continue to enrich this world.


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