Natasha Herbert


Clinical Psychologist
BA, BPsychSc (Hons), MPsychol(Clin)

Associate Member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA)

Member of Australia and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders (ANZEAD)

Natasha is currently available on Fridays (including evening appointments) and Saturdays 

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Natasha is a warm and attentive Clinical Psychologist. She is nurturing, calm and non-judgmental in her approach. She believes in the value of building a strong therapeutic relationship where clients feel safe, at ease and supported to make effective changes for their life. Natasha’s main treatment approaches are Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). She is trauma informed and works with each person’s strengths in order to empower and guide them toward their goals. She understands stress and setbacks can be difficult to work through. Her approach is patient and enthusiastic and she will work alongside you to help build your skills and self-confidence.

Natasha enjoys working with children, youth and adults. She has previously worked at Headspace, working specifically with youth and young adults presenting with a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, worry, stress, eating and body concerns, family and peer conflict, self-harm and suicidal thoughts. She has trained at the Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression (CRUFAD) at St Vincent’s Hospital where she worked specifically with people experiencing intense and interfering worry, panic, obsessive and compulsive thoughts/behaviours, social anxiety and health related anxiety.  She has also trained at the Child Behaviour Research Clinic (CBRC) where she worked with parents and families to manage young people experiencing behavioural and emotional control difficulties (for example, anger and aggression, cruelty to others, destruction of property, emotional outbursts, and defiance)

In addition to working at Institute for Healthy Living, Natasha also works at the Peter Beumont Eating Disorders Day Program at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital where she provides treatment to individuals with eating disorders and body image difficulties. She has previously worked at Wesley Eating Disorders Clinic (Day Program and Inpatient Units).

In general, Natasha supports clients of all ages experiencing a range of issues affecting their everyday functioning, including:

-Stress (e.g. work, school or study related)

-Sadness, low mood and depression

-Anxiety, worry and panic

-intense emotions or emotional instability

-Bullying and/or friendship difficulties

-Relationship difficulties

-Self-esteem and low-confidence

-Eating, weight and body image difficulties

-Cultural adjustment difficulties (managing cultural and family expectations, loneliness, isolation)

– Grief and loss


Book an appointment with Natasha