Nathalie Baur
Nathalie Baur
Works with:Individuals, Couples
Sessions:Face-to-Face, Online
Languages:English, French
Private Healthcare:AXA PPP
Locations:TAC Clapham

Nathalie Baur

  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement & Loss
  • Depression
  • PTSD

Nathalie Baur is an integrative psychotherapist and counsellor at Master level (university of Roehampton) and is a registered BACP member. She works with clients on a long term basis in private practice. Her integrative training allows her to draw from a variety of theoretical approaches, including Mindfulness, Humanistic such as Person Centered, Psychodynamic and Attachment Theory, Cognitive & Behavioural (CBT), Gestalt and Transactional Analysis modalities. In addition I have trained as a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Time-Line Therapy™.

Nathalie’s approach to therapy is based on the fact that each person is unique and distinctive and therefore one approach may not fit them all. She places the client-therapist relationship at the heart of an effective therapeutic process providing an honest and non-judgmental stance where your feelings can be expressed and contained in a safe and confidential setting. Her integrative stance allows her the flexibility to adapt to your needs and where you are at the time of therapy. You might want to make sense of the past and explore how it can sometimes be reconstructed in the present or you might seek to get back in touch with your real self through acceptance and a better mind-body connection. She believes that an increased awareness can enable you to gain a greater clarity allowing you to develop long-lasting ways to cope better and start achieving your full potential. Nathalie offers short and long term therapy either in English and in French.

She has gained professional experience as a therapist working in various settings within the charity sector providing exclusively bereavement, NHS surgery and private organisation. She worked with individuals presenting with a variety of clinical cases including anxiety, depression, post-traumatic disorder (PTSD), panic attacks and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), life transitions, bereavement and losses, suicidal thoughts, abuse, eating disorders and bipolar.

Nathalie’s previous experience overseas has contributed to increase her awareness of how our culture and social world impact on each of us. Her ability to work within a multicultural environment and the challenges met when adapting to a new culture has developed her new interest to work with expatriates and individual with multiple ethnic/nationality origins.

Nathalie works in private practice at The Awareness Centre in Clapham. She is able to offer therapy in English and French.

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