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Natalie is a Clinical Psychologist with over 25 years’ experience working with children and families. She works with young children and parents/carers to build a strong relationship as a base to support therapeutic work. Natalie is passionate about the transformation of difficulties into family stories of more joy and sense of connection. 

Working with parents and children using attachment therapies and a trauma informed approach, Natalie is able to support parents to use new approaches until they feel comfortable and successful. Parenting support is a large part of the work Natalie offers. 

Natalie has worked in a wide range of settings, including government and private services and she brings experience of relating to professionals from many different services. 

Natalie utilises several evidence-based therapies and teaches clients skills and strategies through a mindful, self-compassion lens, allowing gentle, self-paced learning and adjustment to occur.

She recognises the importance of the system around the child supporting their unique ways of processing. Informed by the child’s strengths and challenge areas,  she liaises with schools and other professionals to support best outcomes for the child and a thorough and comprehensive service for all. 

Natalie provides psychosocial assessment and therapy for a range of childhood and family issues including:

  • Neurodiversity
  • ASD 
  • ADHD
  • Intellectual disability
  • Emotional regulation
  • Social skills
  • Grief and loss 
  • Trauma 
  • Learning difficulties 
  • Sibling relationship issues 
  • Family Relationships
  • Split families
  • Depression  
  • Anxiety
  • Perinatal depression
  • Adjustment to family changes
  • Gender fluidity
  • Alternative schooling 

Natalie has a special interest in offering psychology services with animals and in nature and is accredited in modalities that offer psychology incorporating horses and other animals. She engages children through their interests and playful activities, sometimes incorporating animals, and at times through telehealth sessions where this is more practical. She has a warm, creative approach and likes clients to feel comfortable and accepted without judgement throughout the sessions. 

Natalie is currently undertaking a PhD at University of Adelaide and finds enjoyment in continual learning. 

For NDIS clients – Natalie’s  services can be provided to Self Managed, Plan Managed and Agency Managed NDIS participants as a provider engaged by Jenni Pearce.