Dr Natalie Powell worked for the NHS for 13 years, before joining Time Psychology. She studied Psychology (BSc Hons) at the University of Manchester and worked in a Lancashire residential school for children and adolescents with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties for 3 years.
She completed a Master’s degree (MSc) in Applied Psychology in 2005 and her professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (ClinPsyD) in 2008, both at the University of Manchester, before moving on to work in the NHS in East Lancashire.
Dr Natalie Powell works with a wide range of presenting difficulties that impact on an individual’s emotional well-being, such as depression, self-harm, eating disorders, trauma, and anxiety disorders, including OCD, social phobia and generalised anxiety.
She has completed post-doctoral training in a number of different psychological models and uses a range of psychological approaches to inform her interventions including cognitive, behavioural, systemic, EMDR and solution-focused approaches.
Away from psychology, she enjoys watching films, reading some comics and watching Strictly.