Dr. Natasha Thomas

There isn’t anything more important than the relationship you have with yourself.

In my practice, I let you lead me to what hurts and to what matters the most.

I aim to listen closely to provide a safe space to open up and explore your issues in depth.

Being a psychotherapist brings great meaning and purpose to my life. With a decade of post–qualification experience in India and Scotland, I take a trauma-informed, integrative approach based on Person–Centred values, while also incorporating Psychodynamic, Jungian theory and Eastern spirituality to meet your individual needs. I am also committed to a feminist and queer affirmative practice.


My clinical specialisations involve working with trauma, abuse, gender, sexuality, dissociation and psychosis.

I have special interests in Inner Child work, Parts work, Healing from Childhood Abuse and Neglect, Complex PTSD, Healing from Sexual Trauma, Co-dependancy and Narcissistic Injury, Spiritual Emergency and Transpersonal Crises, Relational Trauma, Embodiment and Body Image Issues.

I am interested in the growth, changes, and healing that takes place through the process of psychotherapy and so I remain involved in qualitative research within the field of psychotherapy, where I explore lived experiences through creative methodologies.

I have been in clinical practice since 2010, while working in drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres, LGBTQI support centres, women’s refuge homes, and various community counselling and psychotherapy services. I have also taught in Counselling and Psychotherapy departments at University post-graduate level.


D. Psychotherapy, Professional Doctorate in Psychotherapy and Counselling (University of Edinburgh)

M.Sc. Psychological Counselling (University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian University)

M.Sc. Psychological Studies (University of Glasgow)

P.G. Diploma Psychotherapy and Counselling- Interpersonal Dialogue (University of Edinburgh)

B.A. Psychology with minors in Sociology and French Literature (St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai)

Certificate in Counselling and Dementia (University of Edinburgh)

Certificate in Subtle Transactions in the Therapeutic Relationship: The Unseen Dance (University and Edinburgh)

Certificate in Counselling Children and Young People (University of Edinburgh)

Please do have a look here for more details about my qualifications and experience on LinkedIn and here for my Professional fees

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