Natalie Tuck

Psychotherapist & Counsellor

Natalie is a BACP Registered Psychotherapist and Counsellor with over 20 years of experience, working with a wide range of issues and a diverse range of clients.

She appreciates that starting therapy can be very difficult, and offers a confidential, empathic, comfortable, safe, and non-judgmental space where together the client’s issues can be explored, looking together at how past experiences may have an affect on present relationships, and patterns of relating to others and the self. Together you will find a more positive way forward of understanding.

Natalie sees everyone as individuals who are affected in different ways with life’s events, and therefore finding a way forward that suits the individual is key to her approach – one size does not fit all. As a therapist Natalie attends regular supervision for good practice, and is committed to continued professional development, having attended various training programmes, of which most recently include:

NHS course on Counselling Depression
Working with Dreams in Therapy
Working with the Self-Harming Client
Boarding Schools and Impact

Natalie works with clients face to face, via Zoom or over the telephone.





  • Registered member of the BACP


  • BSC Therapeutic Counselling 

  • Diploma (HE) Therapeutic Counselling

  • Certificate (HE) Counselling Skills 

  • PODS Sexual Abuse and Trauma Training

  • Working with Dreams in Therapy

Work Experience:​

  • Victims Support – volunteer support worker 

  • Leeds Counselling – volunteer counsellor/self-employed counsellor/ assessment counsellor

Natalie began her counselling career as a volunteer counsellor at the Leeds Counselling charity, going on to work there as a self-employed counsellor and assessment counsellor. She then went on to work as a private practitioner.

Prior to her counselling career, Natalie worked in the legal and education sectors, and has developed an understanding of the stressful and demanding situations that can arise in a working environment.