Dr Natasha Grabham (Psychologist)

Natasha Grabham (Psychologist) – Body of Life

Natasha is a warm and caring therapist who focuses on the whole-human experience and through an integrative approach, she draws from evidence-based modalities, while holding a developmental lens and openness to creativity and innovation for the best possible experience for her clients.

“My wish for my clients is that they can experience a safe and welcoming space to work on their goals, at their pace. Some people move through therapy quickly and have very clearly articulated goals, where others find the therapeutic relationship restorative for long-standing or complex difficulties, while others have some challenges in knowing what they want from therapy”.

Whatever the reason/need is for someone reaching out, Natasha is an experienced and well-rounded clinician who draws value in walking alongside and in support of others on their journey.

“I thoroughly enjoy the opportunity to truly connect, to challenge, to be real and to hold hope. It is a privilege to sit in uncertainty and discomfort with someone and work towards greater quality of life. It is also so rewarding to see someone get movement where they have felt stuck, feel heard on the unspoken, or to witness the growth of empowerment and capacity”.

Natasha’s work in psychology has seen her support defence personnel, veterans, emergency service workers and their families, as well as the general community, children and adolescents and their parents. She works with individuals and couples and has a specialty in occupational trauma, but also works with depression, anxiety and stress, loss & grief, self-esteem, personality disorders, interpersonal issues, and older age psychology. Natasha has experience in private practice and psychiatric settings, having previously managed the allied health department at a psychiatric hospital based in Sydney.

Today, in addition to her private practice work at Body of Life, she works as the Director of Programs and heads up the senior clinician team for a health and wellbeing non-for-profit for first responders and their families.

Natasha is a member of AAPI and holds registration as a Psychologist through AHPRA. She is a Medicare and DVA (Dept Vet Affairs) treatment provider and a contractor for Open Arms (veteran counselling service). She welcomes enquiries at natasha@bodyoflife.com.au or contact the clinic on 9453 3046.