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Natcha Limpianunchai

Natcha Limpianunchai

Natcha believes that good mental health should be a priority in everyone’s life. She strives to create a warm and welcoming environment for all clients, and to use the client’s strengths and interests to support their challenges. In therapy sessions, she draws upon Cognitive Behavioural therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, and other evidence-based approaches to suit each client’s needs.

Natcha completed a Master of Professional Psychology at Monash University. She has also completed additional training to conduct Autism diagnostic assessment and cognitive assessment. Her assessment reports contain practical recommendations for home and school. 

When working with younger children, Natcha draws on play-based and creative approaches to create an engaging and therapeutic environment. She collaborates with the client’s network, such as their school and family, to create a supportive environment. Natcha is experienced in supporting a range of mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, and social difficulty. She is also experienced in supporting neurodivergent individuals, including but not limited to, Autism and ADHD. 

Although she has a strong passion for working with children and teenagers, she also provides counselling to adults. 

When Natcha is not working, she enjoys cooking, baking, keeping active, and music.