Nat Clewley

Nat is an accredited counsellor and a clinical supervisor with a wide range of experience. She uses an integrative approach to counselling.
Nat has been really fortunate to work in a wide range of therapeutic settings, university, immigration, schools, care homes, online, and in private practice. She has written articles for the BACP and some online platforms.
Nat currently works in private practice and with the charity Embrace where she gives counselling to young victims of crime.
Nat is really interested in race, culture and assumptions. Being herself mixed race, she brings another perspective to the debate. Nat really enjoys providing supervision and supporting others.
Nat loves people, laughing, wondering and practising being herself. She self describes as a continual work in progress.
Complex mental health, male mental health, young people, CSE, self development/awareness, supervision/reflective practice, diversity.
Higher education, Online counselling, Trauma, Addiction, Young people, Schools, Private practice, Group, Supervision 1-1/group, Bereavement, Solution focus- short term intervention, EAP work