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"I became a psychologist because of a deep sense of compassion and a desire to help alleviate the suffering of others." 

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Research & Publications

I became a psychologist because of a deep sense of compassion and a desire to help alleviate the suffering of others. I approach therapy with care and thoughtfulness, in order to create a safe, collaborative, trusting space. Therapy can transform people’s lives, and by valuing each person as an individual and using the most effective methods, I seek to make this possible for my clients.


Natasha uses a range of evidence-based therapies within a focused framework to bring about meaningful change for her clients. She draws upon her experience and training in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), mindfulness-based approaches, and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) to create effective outcomes.

She has considerable experience in working with: anxiety; depression; stress-related difficulties (including work stress); social anxiety; phobias; personality disorder; relationship difficulties; and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She is an experienced clinical supervisor and trains and supervises other health practitioners and psychologists.

Natasha has worked in a wide range of settings, including primary and secondary care NHS services and Specialist Hospitals. She has held senior clinical positions within the NHS, providing consultation and leadership to multi-disciplinary teams within Adult Assessment and Recovery Teams. She provides clinical supervision to Clinical Psychology trainees on the Oxford University Doctorate Course.

Research and Publications
Moran, H., Pathak, N., & Sharma, N. (2009). 'The mystery of the well-attended group. A model of Personal Construct Therapy for adolescent self-harm and depression in a community CAMHS service'. Journal of Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 22 (4), 347-359.

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