Natalya is a Doctor of Philosophy (Clinical Psychology) candidate specialising in EEG based research with specific focus on non-invasive brain modulation via rhythmic sensory stimulation. She has clinical experience with risk assessment and intervention with high risk sexual and violent offenders with intellectual disabilities. Natalya is experienced in the delivery of one-on-one CBT and ACT interventions across the life-span, and group CBT and DBT programs. Within a clinical setting Natalya has worked with a range of client presentation including anxiety, substance abuse, depression, OCD, ASD, domestic violence, complex trauma, and post-traumatic stress.
Natalya is experienced in the delivery of a range of assessments encompassing cognitive and intellectual functioning, academic achievement, diagnostic and symptom screening, behavioural concerns, personality, trauma, and risk of recidivism for sexual and violent offenders.
Natalya’s research interests include non-invasive neuromodulation for clinical intervention, substance abuse and recovery, risk management for recidivist offenders, early intervention for children exposed to trauma.