Natasha Mattos
Natasha Mattos
Works with:Individuals
Sessions:Online, Telephone
Children aged 0-12/13-18:£60/hr
Locations:TAC Tooting
Enhanced DBS checked

Natasha Mattos

  • Family Issues
  • Illness
  • Self-Esteem
  • Trauma

Natasha Mattos is a BACP registered Child Counsellor and NLP practitioner who specialises in working with Children,Teenagers and Parents. Natasha offers a sensitive and thoughtful approach that explores her clients limiting beliefs that are impacting the way they think and feel about themselves; how they behave in different relationships and holds them back from achieving their full potential. Natasha is passionate about helping her clients to identify their inner strengths as this is essential in developing solutions to overcome the challenges they face in their lives.

Natasha is a creativec ounsellor who can use play, art and the use of narrative activities to help her clients bring their stories to life in a way that feels comfortable for them. Her approach draws on Psychodynamic thinking as the key to unlocking our limiting beliefs is often rooted in our early childhood experiences. Combined with an NLP approach she is able to support clients to express their feelings, think together about how their current thoughts and actions may not be helping them and through different activities she guides them in exploring the strengths and resources that they already have inside that can help them to achieve the things they want in their life that are within their control. Natasha is also trained in EFT for clients who experience anxiety due to past traumas.

Natasha offers both long and short term work as she believes that it is important to go at the client’s pace and sometimes it can take time for a person to feel safe to open up and explore their thoughts and feelings. She believes it’s important to be patient with ourselves and once you have the tools in place to feel relaxed, your ability to open up and learn about yourself will naturally come within the process. Natasha works in private practice at The Awareness Centre Tooting.

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