About Us

Zalika Akinsete


Zalika Akinsete is a Director of Clarity Works and is a qualified, accredited and experienced all-issues family mediator.  She also has qualifications in Counselling Skills and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.  She has worked in the family mediation field since 2012. 

She conducts a wide range of mediations, both for privately and legally aided clients, is also qualified to conduct direct consultations with children.

Zalika also has experience of working with children and young people, most recently on Teens and Toddlers, a youth development programme, where she helped young people stay in school to fulfil their educational, employment and personal potential.

Zalika is passionate about diversity and inclusion and is motivated by people from all walks works of life being respected and having access to quality mediation services.  Zalika believes that empathy, resourcefulness, creativity, being an active listener, respecting each other’s viewpoint can contribute to enhancing family life in all its forms.

Zalika enjoys keeping fit, cooking, reading and travelling.

Zalika is an accredited member of the College of Mediators and the Family Mediation Council.

Rotimi Akinsete


Rotimi Akinsete is a Director of Clarity Works and is a qualified and experienced counsellor and clinical supervisor who has worked in the field since 1998.

Previously, the Director of Wellbeing at the University of Surrey, he is currently the Associate Dean of Students at the University of Arts, London.

Rotimi possesses a MSc in Therapeutic Counselling and a Diploma in Clinical Supervision.

He is the published author of This Book Could Help – The Men’s Head Space Manual in aid of the national mental health charity, MIND.

Rotimi is passionate about reading, writing in the field of counselling, psychotherapy and counselling.  He enjoys travelling, cycling, football and spending time with his family.

Rotimi is a member of the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP), the International Association of Relational Psychoanalysts and Psychotherapist (IARPP) and the Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility (PCSR)