Natalie is a provisional psychologist and graduated from Baylor University in the USA with a Master of Arts in Educational Psychology. Natalie works at the Tuggerah clinic with people across a variety of presentations; this includes assessment and support for anxiety, depression, and neurodevelopmental disorders. She uses techniques across Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to create an individualised plan to support clients and families in reaching their desired goals.

After completing eating disorder specific training through the InsideOut Institute to understand, assess and treat eating disorders, Natalie became interested in supporting adolescents and adults in their journey to recovery. Natalie is currently undergoing more specific training in evidence-based therapies to treat eating disorders in adults. She looks forward to supporting clients with their difficulties related to eating and body image.

Natalie is currently a PhD candidate in Psychiatry at the University of Newcastle, conducting research in autism and digital social support programs. Natalie is a student member of the Australian Psychological Society. In her spare time, she likes reading fiction books and beach walks with her dog. Natalie looks forward to supporting you at the Tuggerah Clinic.