Natalia is a Registered Psychologist who works with adolescents and adults with a broad
range of difficulties, including anxiety, depression, stress, self-esteem difficulties, chronic
illness, persistent pain and sleep issues. She is committed to helping her clients cope with
adversity, achieve their goals and thrive. She aims to meet each person with non-
judgmental acceptance, creating a safe space where her clients feel at ease to be
Natalia is fluent in English, French and Romanian. Having lived in three different
countries, she enjoys working with people from a multitude of cultural backgrounds.
Experienced in a number of evidence-based therapy modalities, Natalia tailors her approach
to the person’s needs to ensure that they are getting the most out of their sessions.
She has a practical approach to therapy, helping her clients develop a ‘toolkit’ of personalised
strategies and coping skills, so that they feel equipped to deal with life’s challenges. She
aims to empower her clients by helping them recognise their existing strengths and learn
new psychological skills.
She helps with:
Autism spectrum disorder
Health and lifestyle
Natalia works mainly from a CBT and ACT framework. She also enjoys incorporating
motivational interviewing, DBT-informed and compassion-based interventions into the
treatment. One of her strengths is her ability to provide evidence-based therapy strategies
in a personalised and engaging way.
Natalia has a special interest in helping people overcome depression, anxiety and self-
esteem difficulties. In addition, she has a keen interest in supporting people who are
experiencing chronic health issues.
Qualifications and memberships:
– Fully registered Psychologist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation
– Master of Clinical Psychology from the University of Queensland
– Member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS)