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Working On The Body

Are you living your best life?

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Are you ready to work in the most powerful and focused way to transform how you think and feel about yourself?

If you are ready to release your negative limiting beliefs and end your self-sabotaging behaviours, book an obligation-free discovery call with me.

It’s your opportunity to tell me more about you and for me to explain how I work. From our conversation, we can find out if we are a good fit to achieve the outcomes you want for yourself.


My Books

Writing books has been a fantastic way to distil all the learning I have experienced working for almost twenty years in private practice.

I also teach you the therapy techniques I have found to be the most effective in my work so that you have them as self-help tools for whatever life throws at you.

Click the button below to find out more about the books I've written, and how they could help you.

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How to create the perfect Tinder profile 

I was commissioned by Journalist Sarah Manavis as a relationship therapist for GQ magazine. I worked with three volunteers Sarah found to upgrade their online dating profiles to increase the chances of them successfully finding their ideal partners.

The feature focuses on a therapy method I’ve developed specifically for people looking for love called ’The Perfect Day Protocol’.

Coming Soon: A self-guided short course for Finding Love Online as featured in GQ.

Sally Baker - Therapist, Author and Speaker

I’m an award-winning, senior, licensed and accredited therapist based in London, England with some twenty years of experience of seeing clients for a wide range of complex and challenging issues.

I specialise in working with people who feel broken or stuck. People who feel as if there is some impenetrable barrier they just can’t break through.

As a therapist, I specialise in going straight to the root of the problem by helping you clear the unconscious negative thoughts, limiting -beliefs and damaging behaviours that make you feel broken and keep you stuck.

If you’ve reached the point where enough is enough, and you’re finally ready to do what it takes to get what you want, call me on 07986 812851 or request a connection on Skype to Sallyeft. I also offer an obligation free discovery call via the link in the navigation bar.

What people say about me

The sessions I had with Sally were excellent as I was able to work through several key challenges that were really keeping me stuck.  Sally's style is engaging, thought-provoking, challenging and very informative. I originally saw Sally to help me work through relationship issues, only to discover that I was severely lacking in confidence, had low internal value and was unable to set clear boundaries. All of which were having a detrimental impact on how I was living my life. Working with Sally and using PSTEC I have been able to implement significant change, which has made me more confident and focused. I have introduced a number of changes to enable me to participate in the important things in life... and this has had a massive impact on how I feel about myself and conduct my relationships both personally and professionally. Thank you Sally.  DD

Changes were very subtle at first, and although I was aware of my good spirits, it was only when everyone at work started to comment on how much lighter I seemed – lighter in terms of weight but also in spirit – that I fully become aware of the effects of the therapy. As well as become smaller in size, I now feel much happier in myself. Finding out where my anxieties came from was an important revelation, and formed the basis for dealing with them. Sally is incredibly resourceful and has a myriad of techniques available for various issues that require on-the-spot thinking. Sally is also a very warm and empathetic person, and I feel incredibly comfortable in her presence and in the working environment. I would definitely recommend her to anyone.  AS

Having had the most horrendous year, losing a baby, then a boyfriend, then a nasty fall which involved a week in hospital and plastic surgery, I was feeling very low. I had actually made contact with Sally as I wanted to try and lose weight through hypnotherapy, and as the layers of the onion peeled away during therapy, it was clear to see I was an emotional wreck. Sally's amazing ability to tune in to how I ticked and help in processing it all really moved me on through a very difficult time in my life. We spent most the sessions getting me over my break-up, and the weight loss was parked until I was ready. I had six sessions and I can honestly say that I am in a much better place than I was when I first sat down with Sally, she has definitely helped me to get here. It's good to know that should I hit rock bottom again, Sally is on hand.  HM

Read my latest posts (via category)

Overcoming Anxiety

The two-minute happiness hack that will stop catastrophic thinking
This post was also selected by Medium’s curators for their mental health category. Therapist Sally Baker explains how this simple[...]
The secret challenge of Christmas gifts
The Secret Challenge of Christmas Gifts Christmas is a complex, emotionally loaded mix of romanticised mythology and pragmatic reality with[...]
The truth about Christmas shopping panic attacks
Christmas shopping tends not to be for yourself but for other people. This makes it more stressful than ordinary shopping[...]

Mind and Body Connection

Is the media making you more dissatisfied with your body?
Now this long, hot summer draws to an end it would seem from many different news sources that the media’s[...]
Gamers: What do secret sex and violence fantasies mean?
  Immersive video games can be so convincing that the players become so engrossed that their physiology reacts with pupil[...]
Women: would he lie to you? And how would you know?
  Would I lie to you? And how would you know? We are seemingly living in the age of post-truth[...]

Professional Life

Here’s how employers can avoid the increasing risk of workplace ghosting
This post was chosen by Medium's curators for their platform's Work category. Therapist Sally Baker explains how genuine human interaction[...]
2 simple steps to being accountable
People generally aren’t accountable to themselves and they become experts at the blame game. They blame other people, themselves, and[...]
Employers: The ghost in the machine
  Ghosting as a term originated in the world of dating and specifically online dating where people might be more[...]

Overcoming Emotional Eating

7 Tricks To Pinpoint Emotional Eating Patterns
The curators at selected this post for their platform. Start with the gut, use 'afformations' and reflect on your[...]
What emotions are you swallowing?
Emotional Eating is Never About Food Breakups, money woes and stress at work can all trigger emotional eating But real[...]
13 ways to lose weight without dieting
1.Observe the emotions that might be triggering you to over-eat. Learning to check-in with how you’re feeling increases your intuition[...]


The importance of failure to build resilience
As a therapist, part of my work is witnessing how people respond to stress and what my clients perceive how[...]
What family battles are worth winning?
  Family battles worth winning? Summer holidays are almost upon us, and it is a lucky family who has enough[...]
For children to thrive – say No
The media at the moment is full of stories of children addicted to their smartphones or obsessed with playing ‘Fortnite’[...]

Improve Health and Wellbeing

Are you at risk of Christmas burnout?
I was recently quoted in The Independent on how to avoid mental exhaustion and physical overwhelm in the run-up to[...]
Are you sober curious? Here’s what it’s like to go booze-free for 100 days
Medium’s curators chose this post for their platform’s 'Addiction' Category Therapist Sally Baker tells it like it is - one[...]
Feeling sober & serious? How to enjoy socialising without booze
When I first stopped drinking I honestly thought I’d never feel that welcomed tinge of euphoria that alcohol is so[...]

Heart Matters

Need to talk? Then take a walk
Stephania Piazzalunga is a psychotherapist working in Italy and a great advocate for the curative power of walking. She says[...]
Answer These 5 Questions to Find Out if Your Partner Respects You
The curators at chose this post for their platform. Respect is the key to any healthy relationship. To communicate[...]
Parents: Should you tell your daughter she looks pretty?
This post was chosen by Medium’s curators for their Parenting category. Therapist Sally Baker explains how avoiding the conversation could[...]

Compulsive Behaviour

Drinking and you: beyond dry January
Ian Hamilton, a lecturer in mental health and addiction at the University of York was interviewed in the Guardian Newspaper[...]
Shopping addiction: warning signs to watch out for
 Before there was online shopping some people had a problem with over-spending on the High Street so there has always[...]
Compulsive shopping is an obsessive behaviour
                                Officially known as Oniomania.[...]

Feel Differently About Food

10 easy ways to hack your food choices
  People on a ‘Get Healthy Eating’ mission often make the mistake of setting themselves impossibly high standards to achieve.[...]
Can you eat junk & take healthy supplements instead?
Can you eat junk and take healthy supplements? A recent survey in Australia claimed just under a third of their[...]
When bread makes you sad…
Mental health experts have reported that Ireland’s top-selling sliced-pan bread can lead to ‘severe depression’ as additives are having a[...]

Sally Baker Therapist

How to improve your relationship after Covid-19 lockdown? 
Even the most stable of relationships can feel as though the wheels have come off after three months of living[...]
CoVid-19 Trauma & How to Manage Children’s Anxiety 
CoVid-19 is a worldwide crisis experienced for the very first time, simultaneously across all generations. Just as we went into[...]
Why is the CoVid-19 Lock-down so Exhausting?
 Many people have noticed that they have felt more exhausted than usual during lock-down. Even though some people have been[...]


Celebrities: Do they lie about their mental health?
Mel C of Spice Girls fame is the latest celebrity to come out and speak about her struggles with anorexia[...]
Why Schitt’s Creek is perfect CoVid-19 Television
I’ve watched Schitt’s Creek on Netflix twice now in its entirety. This takes even my ability to procrastinate to a[...]
Do celebrities talk honestly about their mental health? 
On both sides of the Atlantic, celebrities have been invited onto chat shows or are seen talking in the media[...]

Survivors of Sexual Abuse

What therapist Sally Baker wants survivors of sexual abuse to know
I’ve been working therapeutically for many years with adult survivors of sexual abuse. It is not always the primary reason[...]
Blurred lines of sexual abuse
Oprah Winfrey said “It is a scourge on humanity” when she referenced sexual abuse against children. In particular the documentary[...]
Why are survivors of sexual abuse not believed?
Wade Robson and James Safechuck are the two alleged childhood victims of sexual abuse featured in the 2019 documentary about[...]

Therapy Approaches

Try These Mindset Shifts to Hold Yourself Accountable
The curators at selected this post for their platform. See change and get the results you've always wanted  Are[...]
How to Use Nudge Theory to Make Lasting Changes and Finally Achieve Your Goals
  The curators at selected this post for their platform. We can all encourage behavioural changes through positive reinforcement[...]
Goal setting: 5 ways to successfully achieve the changes you want
If there is an almost guaranteed way to feel like an abject failure then goal setting for a New Year’s[...]

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