Complementary Therapy and Holistic Service Provider

We pride ourselves on being the provider for Complementary Therapy in County Durham and surrounding areas for vulnerable people and in sensitive situations. 

Since establishing her practice in 2003 Victoria Clark has developed her professional knowledge and experience by working with a wide range of health organisations and service providers. Specialising in mental health, Victoria has established a strict code of ethics, policies and risk assessments that enable her and her team to provide the best possible service to whichever organisation they work with.

After years of working alongside and in harmony with many other Complementary therapists within the community, the NHS and as part of Darlington Wellbeing Centre, Victoria has become the go to person for many therapists seeking advice and clarity in their approach and for their own wellbeing.  Employing the services of other therapists in the area Victoria has a stringent criteria and evaluation process for herself and all therapists working with Elements of Nature, including herself, to ensure we are providing the best possible service to whichever organisation we work with. Although we no longer practice from our wellbeing centre in Darlington, we now have a lit of reputable therapists around County Durham the we can refer you to for a range of natural and complementary therapists.

Victoria still offers a limited amount of one to one session listed below:
Holistic Consultation/ Natural Ways to Better Health & Wellbeing

This service is an option for those who are looking for ways in which they can improve and manage their own health and lifestyle naturally. You will be given a range of techniques and lifestyle guidance that empowers your own journey to a greater sense of wellbeing and success.


Reiki, Intuitive Acupressure and Ear Candling.

Testimony from one of our clients said this:

We are a mental health rehabilitation hospital and work predominantly with treatment resistant patients who require an intensive rehab programme. This often means we have a broad spectrum of patients who sit on different areas of the continuum, some requiring relief for physical pain and some requiring some spiritual intervention or relaxation. As an Occupational Therapist I am continuously reviewing the programme we offer to ensure it is occupationally balanced especially in relation to meeting spiritual needs. Holistic therapies has provided this balance. Holistic Therapy has indeed been our most participated in activity since it commenced. Initially, this was delivered as a rotation of therapies on a weekly basis for 2 hours, however due to the popular demand and increased number of patients wanting to engage this was quickly increased to 3 hours per week.  

The therapists have built a rapport with patients, completing wellbeing assessments to gather insight into what they hope to achieve out of these sessions. The therapists non-judgemental and nurturing nature has allowed patients to feel safe whilst participating in these sessions. 

I would wholly recommend this to any service in particular mental health services to support providing a truly holistic treatment programme.

Victoria Wisniewski, Senior Occupational Therapist
Specialist Mental Health Services, Cygnet Health Care

For more information on how we can best suit the needs of you or your organisation please contact Victoria Clark

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