Children, teenagers, adolescent and young persons therapy.
Natalie Prior is an experienced BACP registered and accredited counsellor/psychotherapist providing both short and long-term adolescent therapy. She is highly skilled at working with adolescents, teenagers and children offering a safe, understanding space that allows them to let go of difficult thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
Call 01227 903 503 now for a consultation.
Our Child and adolescent therapist, Natalie Prior, practises at Canterbury, Hythe and CT4.
Successful therapy is dependent upon a good working relationship between client and therapist. Natalie is particularly skilled in building rapport and trust with all ages.
Reassurance, support and lasting change begins with making the first call on 01227 903 503
Adolescent training, qualifications & experience
Natalie has a great deal of experience working in various settings including:
- Charitable organisations
- Private practice
Years of experience allow Natalie Prior to create a supportive, warm environment in which adolescents find they can easily explore what’s going on for them.
Her holistic approach comes with a host of opportunities and skills that she can adapt to each child or young person’s specific needs and wants. Each young person is seen not only in terms of their thoughts and behaviours, but also in the context of their environment and family system which is highly effective in helping them to find their way.
Therapy with Natalie helps them come to a place where they feel empowered enough to make changes and move through detrimental patterns of behaviour.
Our adolescent therapist is certified in the following adolescent therapy areas:
- Play therapy
- Relationship counselling
- Individual therapy
- Group work
Natalie Prior’s training qualifications include certifications in:
- Child and Adolescent Counselling
- Play Therapy with PTUK
- Couples Counselling
- Risk Assessment
- Group Leading Skill
- Clinical Supervision for Supervisors
- Family systems constellation therapy, and
- Diploma in Integrative Counselling
Continuing Professional Development Courses:
- Working with Self-harm
- Therapy using Creative Art and Play techniques
- Understanding Suicidal Behaviour
- Understanding Autism and Aspergers Syndrome
- Working with Survivors of Sexual Abuse and Rape
- Working with people affected by Domestic Abuse
Call 01227 903 503 now for an immediate consultation with one of Kent’s leading child psychotherapists.