Dr Natalie Chua


Natalie is a clinical psychologist and a certified yoga, mindfulness and self-compassion teacher. She is committed to helping her clients overcome their difficulties, develop greater self-trust, and live more fulfilling and meaningful lives. She believes that each person holds immense capacity for growth and transformation regardless of the nature of their struggles. Natalie is originally from Singapore. She earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University College of London, and her Master of Arts degree in Psychology and Education with a concentration in Spirituality and Mind-Body Practice at Columbia University. Natalie offers a holistic, collaborative and individualized approach to therapy. Her clinical work is informed by Transpersonal Psychology, Yoga and Meditation, Systemic Therapy, CBT-E, CBT, and Third Wave Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies such as ACT, DBT and CFT.

Natalie is a clinical psychologist and a certified yoga, mindfulness and self-compassion teacher. She is committed to helping her clients overcome their difficulties, develop greater self-trust, and live more fulfilling and meaningful lives. She believes that each person holds immense capacity for growth and transformation regardless of the nature of their struggles. Natalie is originally from Singapore. She earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University College of London, and her Master of Arts degree in Psychology and Education with a concentration in Spirituality and Mind-Body Practice at Columbia University. Natalie offers a holistic, collaborative and individualized approach to therapy. Her clinical work is informed by Transpersonal Psychology, Yoga and Meditation, Systemic Therapy, CBT-E, CBT, and Third Wave Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies such as ACT, DBT and CFT.

Natalie has a passion for helping clients who are struggling with eating disorders to reclaim their lives, and to find a more peaceful and sustainable relationship with their body, identity and food. She places emphasis in helping her clients develop a self-compassionate approach to recovery, and in teaching them how to connect with and feel safe in their mind and body. Natalie’s career in eating disorders began in the United States. She worked with the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) as a group facilitator, and then at a partial hospitalisation and outpatient program as a therapist for adults with eating disorders. Natalie also worked at a specialist eating disorder service for children and adolescence in the NHS where she provided assessments and treatments for young people and their families. Natalie believes that a full recovery from an eating disorder is possible with the right treatment, and by addressing the underlying issues that are maintaining one’s struggle with food, weight, and body image.

Natalie takes extra care in creating a nurturing and safe relationship with her clients. She also works openly and sensitively with her client’s sociocultural, spiritual and religious backgrounds. Natalie is also experienced at helping clients with other forms of psychological difficulties such as depression, anxiety, perfectionism and personality disorders to make sense of and overcome their difficulties.

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