To book an appointment, please call reception on 020 8672 4455 for a referral. They will put you in touch with a therapist for an initial telephone consultation prior to booking.

Dr Natalie Bodart

Natalie is a fully qualified clinical psychologist. She completed her Doctorate in clinical psychology at University College London and further post doctoral diploma in clinical neuropsychology at The University of Bristol. She is chartered with the British Psychological Society and registered with the Health Care Professions Council. She is also an accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist with the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists.

Therapeutically, Natalie offers short and longer term therapies depending on her client's needs, goals and preferences. She is guided by research evidence as well as a thorough understanding of each individual. Working ethically, holistically and transparently are some of her core values.

Natalie has experience in working with clients across the lifespan and in a range of NHS and private settings. She works with a wide range of problems including (but not limited to); anxiety disorders, depression, post-traumatic stress, perfectionism, low self-esteem, anger, relationship and family difficulties, bereavement and loss, adjustment to unexpected life events and physical illness, stress, parenting concerns, and functional neurological disorders.

Natalie accepts clients who are either self-funding or who are covered by private health insurance. She is registered with most insurance companies including; BUPA, AXA PPP, AVIVA, WPA, PruHealth, Cigna, and Simply Health.

Please see her website for further information:

Anna Jezuita

Counsellor and Mindfulness Trainer, MBACP accred.

Anna originally qualified as a Barrister in her native Poland, then changed career direction when she moved to the UK 18 years ago. She gained her postgraduate diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (Integrative) at the University of East London in 2003, complemented by a Diploma in Clinical Supervision in 2016.

Anna has worked in a wide range of environments including family support services and drug rehabilitation programmes and has continued to deliver lectures at Warsaw University over the years. She has been in private practice for over a decade and offers a range of interventions to individuals, couples and groups, offering counselling, mindfulness training and relationship reconciliation.

Anna's approach to helping her clients, draws from her personal experience of living with addictions, divorce, changing countries and professions - not belonging. Anna relates to clients from a position of an "equal with expertise" rather than an elevated expert. Anna's barrister training allows her to see and relate to problems objectively, without attachment to one view. Her mindfulness based approach combines pragmatic logic with warm compassion, allowing her to create an instant shift and relief of client's anxiety by reframing their view on a certain situation or thought.

As one of client said:

"Therapy with Anna is effective and focused like a laser surgery, whilst feeling safe, and soft like a fleece blanket."


Individual therapy

Anna is an integrative counsellor combining theoretical approaches adjusting to clients' need. She applies Mindfulness based cognitive approaches (ACT, MBCT) to improve immediate quality of life in the present and humanistic approaches to address deeper issues of past and future.

Help with difficult life situations:

We often say - "this will never happen to me" - hoping that THIS relates to other people and that we will be spared. Life confronts us with situations where there is no option of not taking part, but taking part is at best confusing, at worst scary and upsetting.

You may be experiencing bereavement, divorce, loss of job, relationship breakup, illness, trying for a baby, gender and sexual identity, sexual or physical abuse or addictions.

Help with work related challenges:

"My life is okay apart from work"

Work takes about 80% of our time in adult life. SO - if such a large part of our life causes stress, anxiety or feeling inadequate, the other part will not stay okay for long. Sooner or later the effects will start spilling over on the remaining part of life - our spare time, family life, even time we are not awake.

You may be experiencing career and life direction questions and choices, work related stress and anxiety, struggling with work/life balance, imposter syndrome, fear of failure, fear of success, experience of being bullied, sexually harassed and not being promoted.

Relationship reconciliation therapy

How often are we stuck in a relationship unable to find a way forward - it feels like no matter where we start, we always end up with the same "CD" playing the same argument....

Our lives are defined by the quality of the relationships with significant people - partners, siblings, colleagues. They can enhance it so much but they can also cause stress, grief and a sense of hopelessness.

You may be experiencing relationship conflict, lack of communication, not understanding each other, blaming, arguments, DV, affairs, lack of intimacy or no sex. Or perhaps there is a breakdown in a professional relationship and a need to overcome conflict to be able to move on with a project

Anna's therapy offers support not only for couples but also for anybody in a relationship - siblings, parent and child, work colleagues or friends. Her unique approach stresses the importance of hearing "both truths" which is achieved by seeing clients in sessions separately as well as together.

In terms of theoretical grounding her relationship work is supported by the systemic approach - seeing problem as belonging to the relationship, not to an individual, and nonviolent communication - changing communication patterns, teaching to "say what you mean, mean what you say"

Visit Anna's Website