Hi I'm Natalie, I'm an award winning Senior Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and Mindfulness Teacher. I have achieved BABCP Accredited Supervisor status and have over 12 years experience working in mental health. In my private practice I specialise in Therapy & Mindfulness for Perfectionists (@the.perfectionism.therapist on Instagram) and I offer online CBT, mindfulness courses, workshops, and brand partnerships.
I also work in the NHS as Deputy Clinical Lead & Principal CBT Therapist for a Talking Therapies for Anxiety & Depression service in Hertfordshire, and before that I worked as a Team Manager & Senior CBT Therapist for an IAPT service in London. I have years of experience supervising trainee, qualified and senior CBT Therapists within both the NHS and in private practice, and have supported therapists in their BABCP Accreditation applications.
I offer a combined approach of clinical supervision and private practice mentoring, tailored to suit your needs. I'm a safe and experienced pair of hands when it comes to supervising your clinical work. And I know there's a lot to get your head round when starting your own private practice - I've been there! I also know what it takes to grow your therapy business and become your own boss. It's an exciting journey, made even better with someone cheerleading you on and sharing secrets for success.
All supervision sessions are on Zoom and we can meet as frequently as you like - most of my supervisees have monthly sessions. My 1 hour supervision session fee is £125, and I also offer a free 15 minute intro call.
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