Qualifications & Experience
Natalie Chambers BSc, MSc, PsychD, CPsychol
I am registered with the independent health regulator, The Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) and am chartered by the British Psychological Society (BPS). In order to achieve this level of accreditation, Psychologists must have a recognised first degree in psychology and have successfully completed an accredited postgraduate training. This requires a minimum of six years full-time training in psychology.
As a Chartered Psychologist I am bound by the British Psychological Society's code of ethics and am committed to evidence-based practice.
I have been in clinical practice since 2003 working with individuals and groups with a broad spectrum of emotional and behavioural difficulties. My clinical experience includes working in acute inpatient settings, community mental health, primary and tertiary care services within the NHS. I spent five years working with students at King's College London, where I was a cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) specialist within the Student Counselling Service. My private practice was established in 2007.
Academically, I was an Associate Lecturer at the University of Surrey and have taught undergraduate psychologists at Birkbeck College. I have presented my research work at conferences, including the BPS Division of Counselling Psychology conference in Chester.
I have experience of providing clinical supervision to psychologists in training.
BSc (Hons) Psychology
University of York
Practitioner Doctorate Psychotherapeutic & Counselling Psychology
University of Surrey
MSc War & Psychiatry
Institute of Psychiatry