And believe me, it’s exactly what you deserve. So it’s time to stop thinking ‘it will all be alright if I just try this, or do that.’

It’s time to stop getting stressed that you’re feeling stressed, because you think you should be able to cope with everything that’s going on in your life.

Because when that happens, things can so easily spiral out of control. You end up feeling constantly on edge, stressed, tense and start avoiding all the things you used to love.  Your nervous system starts to feel like it’s got stuck in the on position and it’s exhausting!

if any of that sounds familiar then you’re in the right place!

I’ve helped hundreds of people like you manage negative emotions, build mental strength and create more happiness, resilience and ease in their life. To leave the guilt behind, stop hiding their struggles behind a mask and start moving forwards. To feel like their life has just begun.

“Natasha just radiates calm.

When I first came to see her I felt so safe, and as though someone really wanted to hear me and understand me. I spent most of the first session crying, I’m afraid. In the second and third session I became more comfortable and we were able to laugh together. By the sixth session I’d managed to change so many things that I had been struggling with previously. If you have an opportunity to work with Natasha, take it! You can be in a totally different space mentally in just a few months''

I understand, firsthand some of the difficulties you are facing. So know that you’re not alone.  Success and achievement bring sacrifices and pressure. And being successful in life doesn’t shield you from problems. There can be a dark side. You can still struggle underneath with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, life tragedy, unhealthy coping mechanisms, difficult thoughts, worry, and self-sabotage. 

But however you feel right now, let me tell you that there is a way to move forwards. And I would love to help you find your path. 

I do that by working with individuals, with YOU. I don’t use one specific treatment, because everyone is different. So I work in a holistic way, which means that I use lots of different kinds of techniques and different therapies depending on exactly what you need.




I started my journey as a mental health nurse in 2003 working in a number of settings with those struggling with mental health difficulties. Since then I’ve trained in a number of specialisms, with some of the most well respected people in their field.

In 2011 I trained as a psychotherapist helping hundreds of people manage anxiety, depression, stress and burnout. Not longer after that I completed my Masters Degree in psychological trauma, training under the world-recognised Professor Stephen Jones, and receiving a distinction for my dissertation.

That led me to working with survivors of some of the most extreme forms of trauma including torture, sexual abuse and war crimes at the UK centre for trauma resilience and growth where I help people manage their physical and emotional symptoms of anxiety and trauma. Here I was mentored by world renowned expert Professor Stephen Regel OBE.

Following this I was privileged enough to add to my skill set by training in Eye Movement De-sensitisation Reprocessing (EMDR) with Dr Michael Patterson OBE. EMDR has since become a core part of my practice with most clients opting to have EMDR form at least part of their treatment plan.

Whilst my background has always been in more traditional talking therapies I have always had a personal interest in alternative therapies. On the back of this, I trained in  Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) developed by world-renowned celebrity therapist Marissa Peer. I have since moved away from offering RTT as a stand-alone therapy but all of my clients benefit from the skills I have learned on my RTT journey.

For the last two years, I have been personally been benefiting from and developing my therapeutic skills through Internal Family Systems (IFS). This year I have been lucky enough to train as an ISF therapist and can now officially offer this powerful modality to my clients. IFS is a non-pathologizing, compassionate, spiritual, and deeply respectful modality that allows us to heal from the past and develop self-leadership in our lives. For me and most of my clients, self-leadership means moving away from the idea that we are something to be fixed and moving away from fighting a battle with our own minds. It’s about bringing more calm, confidence, compassion, and connectedness to our lives.

The result is now a series of offerings for people at different stages of their recovery.

It’s fair to say I’ve seen a lot. That means I’m pretty unshockable, so I would never want you to hold back, and anything you tell me will be in complete confidence. The more I know, the better I can use all of my experience and expertise to create tailored plans based on your individual needs, ensuring that I can help you in a way that works for you.


Internal Family Systems Level 1 | Narrative exposure therapy practitioner|EMDR: EMDR Masterclass| The Mary Seacole Programme: Healthcare Leadership | Rapid Transformational Therapy – Practitioner | Central Academy of Clinical Hypnosis: Practitioner Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy  | Skills 24 Training: Diploma in Neuro-Linguistic Programming  | The University of Nottingham: Practice Teacher in Health and Social Care  | The University of Nottingham: MA  Psychological Trauma Studies  | The University of Derby: PG Dip Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy  | The University of Nottingham: BSC in Nursing Studies  | The University of Nottingham: Advanced Diploma in Mental Health Nursing



Just because I get to work with people to help them change their lives every day it doesn’t mean that my own life is glamorous. As Mum to 6-year old I’m juggling life as best I can- just like everyone else. I love life and have a big passion for vintage fashion. I spend most of my mornings trying to tame my curls (think Dirty Dancing) and my evenings listening to vinyl records.

And I’m passionate about helping people and giving back however I can. Whether it’s donating money or standing on the front line with those most vulnerable I love to help causes close to my heart. For example, every year I volunteer with the International Red Cross. By being added to the ‘on call list,’ I’m ready to be called to offer psychological first aid to any British citizen involved in an international disaster.  I offer subsidised support to those in need on request.