Psychologist and Yoga Teacher
BA Psych; Grad Dip Psych Sci; PG Dip Psych
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Natalie is a registered Psychologist and a certified Yoga Teacher. Natalie has a heart-centered approach to both her work as a Psychologist and a Yoga Teacher, where she facilitates her clients’ and students’ connection with their true self, to discover their inherent wholeness, their true nature, and to live their life with fuller hearts.
Natalie has worked in the mental health field for over ten years, in a variety of settings including clinical, community, and occupational. Natalie works from a positive psychology framework, with a focus on fostering well-being. She works with clients to develop greater awareness and imparts skills so they can respond to situations and general challenges in a more helpful way, in a way in which they can discover their inherent wholeness so that they can flourish and move forward in their lives.
Natalie offers counseling to young people, specializing in teaching social and emotional skills to children from 4 – 18 years of age in order to:
- Better understand their emotions
- Develop more helpful responses to challenging emotions
- Increase confidence, develop a more positive outlook, as well as more positive mood states
- Foster healthier relationships
- Improve sleep
- Foster the development of happier, healthier adults
- Work with parents to facilitate sustainable change in their child
Natalie has been teaching yoga for over three years in Australia and in other countries including Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico. Natalie teaches a Vinyasa style of yoga and she also offers a 6 week iRest® Yoga Nidra course which is run regularly in Byron Bay and Mullumbimby. The cost of the 6 week course is $250, with a Medicare rebate of $129.90 if you have a Mental Health Care Plan and a referral from your GP.
Cost: $160 per 50 minute session. With a Mental Health Care Plan referred by your GP or Psychiatrist, Medicare offers a rebate of $84.80 per session for up to 10 sessions in a calendar year.